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noun as in lottery

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Lotto is propped up by the notion that “Hey, you never know” though of course you do know—you know that you will not win.

The one-in-a-million chance is exactly that—a small but real chance, as any lotto winner will tell you.

Applying for a permit is kind of like playing the Lotto, but with worse odds.

Whenever I say, ‘Oh, can I have my lotto number, the newspaper?’

This could mean lotto winners, but also the recently divorced or widowed or recipients of an inheritance.

I played lotto with Mendele and let him beat me; I found him when he was lost, and I helped him play tricks on our elders.

Lotto led a wandering life, which took him much away from Venice; hence his pictures are comparatively little known.

This cannot be the case, for Lotto seems to have had no close domestic ties.

One of our friends, who knew most of them, told us that their only employment at home was to play lotto from morning till night.

Why, I am anything but a spring chicken, yet Lotto was an old game when I was young.


On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lotto, such as: poker, roulette, bingo, bridge, canasta, and craps.

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