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In fact, in recent months, financial investors have made tons of money by betting against Putin.

The smart money is betting that the baby could be born around April 1.

You can never go wrong betting on the kids being smarter than everybody gives them credit for.

Big British bookmaker Coral has suspended betting on Kate announcing she is pregnant again before the end of this month.

But now we know how much they made betting against their customers—and got away with it.

No miser ever had a more cheerful and happy hour than I had as I read the betting-book at Thwaites'.

He also attends to all the large races, but he does little betting, because the Queen is opposed to gambling.

Not so: Dawkins won always, Mr. B. betting on his play, and giving him the very best of advice.

Men were betting whether the Unionists would lose more or less than two hundred seats.

I suspect some Army money went on him, quietly, although little betting was now done in our presence.


On this page you'll find 50 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to betting, such as: chance, long shot, odds, pledge, risk, and speculation.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.