stack the odds in favor of (someone)

Definition of stack the odds in favor of (someone)

  1. :  to make it more likely for someone to win, succeed, etc. There are things you can do to stack the odds in favor of your candidate.

Word by Word Definitions

stackplay
  1. :  a large usually conical pile (as of hay, straw, or grain in the sheaf) left standing in the field for storage

    :  an orderly pile or heap

    :  a large quantity or number

  1. :  to arrange in a stack :  pile

    :  to pile in or on

    :  to arrange secretly for cheating

oddsplay
  1. :  inequalities

    :  degree of unlikeness

    :  an amount by which one thing exceeds or falls short of another

favorplay
  1. :  friendly regard shown toward another especially by a superior

    :  approving consideration or attention :  approbation

    :  partiality

  1. :  to regard or treat with favor

    :  to do a kindness for :  oblige

    :  endow

someoneplay
  1. :  some person :  somebody


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