Basic Guidelines For English Spellings
No chance at all.
- ‘the party hasn't a hope of getting an overall majority’
- ‘this team doesn't have a hope in hell of making the playoffs’
- ‘Almost crushed by the label of the tour's greatest choker, she has been written off by her critics and supporters alike -a lovely woman but not a hope of winning an important title.’
- ‘Apparently the lads have been practising in my absence and now think they are pretty handy - good luck boys, not a hope.’
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