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fighting chance

noun as in chance for success with great effort

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In fact, if Cruz doesn’t join the club it could be years before we see anyone else with a fighting chance.

It could give us a fighting chance to get restoration right.

Around 2008, after decades of captive breeding and reintroduction efforts, the weasel-like animals seemed to have a fighting chance of gaining a foothold back in their native grasslands.

This isn’t the first poll to show Warnock looking like a favorite and Ossoff with a fighting chance.

If small manufacturers and retailers had a fighting chance in competing with Amazon, they might help reverse the decline in start-up creation.

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But at least in Moscow, a bribe or a good connection stand you a fighting chance to get what you need.

What kept him going was the belief that he had a fighting chance to beat the disease.

If anything is going to get Hillary Clinton paying attention to those voices, A Fighting Chance will be it.

But I bet that at least a few, who have touched the painful quick of their own humble humanity, can have a fighting chance.

If Best Buy still has folks like Stephen Gillett," I told myself, "they've still got a fighting chance.

They knew that we were waiting for them, but at the worst they had a fighting chance with us, and none with what came behind.

We remember that we have a ninety-seven and a half fighting chance out of a hundred, and we are willing to take it.

"We'll have to take our fighting chance of that," Jack replied.

In spite of his vacillation and final failure to evacuate Dresden, Napoleon had an excellent fighting chance.

We wouldn't stand a fighting chance except for one thing—Thomas himself.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fighting chance, such as: bare possibility, gambling chance, outside chance, remote possibility, and slim chance.

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