- n. Plural form of crapshoot.
“These risky crapshoots have little to do with gold prices.”
“And brands built on ego-satisfaction have a name ... crapshoots.”
“So when Hillary comes to you and crapshoots in her slacks and hejab - take her!”
“So how can a writer brand themselves when distribution and quality are crapshoots?”
“Since appeals on claim construction issues give little to no deference to lower court findings, appeals have practically become crapshoots for litigants.”
“There were unlimited rebuys until the fifth level, so the first few levels were all-in crapshoots.”
“For all that, skyscrapers remain one of the biggest crapshoots in business.”
“It's one of the biggest crapshoots in nature: how to calculate the timing and location of the best fall colors in Northern California.”
“And then there are states which are absolute crapshoots at this point, such as CO, where either appointed Senator Michael Bennet or former state House Speaker Andrew Romanoff will probably face former Lt. Gov.”
“His stats in Japan are impressive, and imports from over there seem to be crapshoots, so I guess it's a good shot in the dark.”
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