Examples of crapshoot in a Sentence
there are almost no sure bets in the movie business—almost everything is a crapshoot
Recent Examples of crapshoot from the Web
World Series: Astros-Dodgers clash historic With 10 teams now qualifying for Major League Baseball's playoffs — which were already very much a crapshoot — an argument can be made that sometimes, the best team doesn't win the World Series.
But these wild-card games are typically a crapshoot.
Drivers hated that a crapshoot on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series’ most dangerous track served as an elimination race, so critical to one’s championship fate.
The Nexus program, due to the constantly shifting OEMs building the products, was a crapshoot from year to year.
Obviously needs tight end Rob Gronkowski to stay healthy, which is a crapshoot.
In the end, how much Garifuna Flava can make makes is a crapshoot — anywhere from $10,000 to $30,000 in sales.
The 1,500 meters is a crapshoot but Kenya’s Elijah Manangoi, Timothy Cheruiyot and Ronald Kwemoi have run 3:30 or faster.
Regardless of the impetus, replacing the current crapshoot with what’s done at the presidential level and in a bunch of other states is a good idea for Pennsylvania.
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