Examples of crapshoot in a Sentence
there are almost no sure bets in the movie business—almost everything is a crapshoot
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Free agency is, was and always will be a crapshoot.
In other words, for coaches like Co-Lin’s Glenn Davis, every season is a crapshoot.
But finding pass rushers in free agency is a crapshoot that rarely pays off (though Chris Ballard did hit with Jabaal Sheard a season ago).
However, the whole concept seems like a crapshoot to me, the endeavors seemingly conceived in meetings by suits as often as instigated by musicians with mutual admiration for each other’s work.
Amplify that across Germany, and the vote is set to be a crapshoot.
Though the hit did raise McClinton’s fortunes as a tunesmith, the record business remained a crapshoot.
This season is designed to end in a way that would be a satisfying series finale, if need be — getting picked up again is always a crapshoot.
The Nationals won 97 games, 95 the year before and again will be heavily favored to win the NL East, losing a pair of Game 5 NLDS crapshoots each of the past two seasons.
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Definition of crapshoot for English Language Learners
: something that could produce a good or bad result
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