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noun as in even chance

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The Kentucky Senate race is rated a toss-up, but most insiders think McConnell has it.

The race is considered a toss-up by outside observers and is expected to go down to the wire.

Last week, the Cook Political Report moved the November contest from a likely Republican win to a pure toss-up.

Dramatic population shifts put Georgia on the path to joining North Carolina and Virginia in the electoral toss-up column.

Colorado is still a swing state and, at best, will be a toss up for the GOP in November.

A pure toss up whether he pulls round or not; luckily he has a frame of iron.

Then, unconsciously plagiarising Parpon: "Prince or barber—a toss-up!"

No; but you must go over nine months, and toss up which time or place you may select.

It is just a toss-up which gets it; they grab simultaneously, but their fingers close on empty water.

It is a toss-up whether there is to be any happiness in the venture.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to toss-up, such as: deadlock, draw, and tie.

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