fiasco

[ fee-as-koh or especially for 2, -ah-skoh ]SEE DEFINITION OF fiasco

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FIASCO

Better get a fiasco of Chianti ready—the old kind you have in the cellar.

This fiasco, due, I am told, to the jealous interference of the P.-L.

The Marchese lunched here alone with us to-day, and it was a fiasco.

Her first real failure, a fiasco—she really deserved a better fate.

After that fiasco in Ireland you must go somewhere, for a time at least, out of the way.

Her great grandmother was a Fiasco, and her great great grandmother a Disgrazia.

"Not the slightest fear of a fiasco this time," says Potts, comfortably.

Leslie decided that they should bear the blame for the fiasco.

After that fiasco at the Michaels ranch, he'd had to get a new aide.

I have never seen a correct history of this fiasco in print.

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