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not to have a prayer

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  • not have a prayer — (not) have a prayer to be not at all likely to succeed. She hasn t a prayer of winning the competition. (often + of) …   New idioms dictionary

  • not have a prayer — ► not have a prayer informal have no chance. Main Entry: ↑prayer …   English terms dictionary

  • have a prayer — (not) have a prayer to be not at all likely to succeed. She hasn t a prayer of winning the competition. (often + of) …   New idioms dictionary

  • not have a prayer (of doing something) — not have a ˈprayer (of doing sth) idiom to have no chance of succeeding (in doing sth) Main entry: ↑prayeridiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • not have a prayer — (informal) HAVE NO HOPE, have/stand no chance, not have/stand (the ghost of) a chance; informal not have a hope in hell, not have/stand an earthly; Austral./NZ informal not have Buckley s (chance). → prayer * * * not have a prayer informal …   Useful english dictionary

  • not have a prayer — to have no chance. With an injured ankle, he doesn t have a prayer of winning the race. Usage notes: sometimes used without not: Do we have a prayer of convincing him to go? …   New idioms dictionary

  • not have a prayer — informal everyone thought this Minnesota team didn t have a prayer against Duke Syn: have no hope, have/stand no chance, not have/stand (the ghost of) a chance; informal not have a hope in hell …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • not have a prayer — informal to not have a chance or possibility of success They didn t have a prayer without a backer for the new company …   English dictionary

  • not have a prayer — informal have no chance. → prayer …   English new terms dictionary

  • Prayer circle — Prayer circles have several different interpretations across Christianity and other religions. The most common definition of a prayer circle is where participants simply join hands in a literal circle of prayer, often as part of a vigil. Although …   Wikipedia

  • Prayer in the Bahá'í Faith — is composed of reverent words which are addressed to God,cite web | first = John | last = Walbridge | title = Prayer and worship | url = http://bahai library.com/encyclopedia/prayer.html | accessdate = 2008 04 27] and the act of prayer is one of… …   Wikipedia


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