Synonym: debacle. Similar words: bias, nascent, ascribe, fascinating, score, scorn, scope, discount. Meaning: [fɪ'æskəʊ] n. a sudden and violent collapse.
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1. The conference degenerated into a complete fiasco.
2. The mass rally was a total fiasco.
3. The blame for the Charleston fiasco did not lie with him.
4. Who do we have to thank for this fiasco?
5. The enemy's plot ended in a fiasco.
6. We don't want a rerun of Monday's fiasco.
7. It was a bit of a fiasco.
8. Their attempts to make public disorder ended in fiasco.
9. The party was a complete fiasco.
10. The meeting was a fiasco from start to finish.
11. The new play was a fiasco.
12. The show was a fiasco - the lights wouldn't work, one actor forgot his lines and another fell off the stage.
13. The party was a total fiasco because the wrong date was given on the invitations.
14. Full responsibility for the fiasco lies with the PR department.
15. That widely acclaimed fiasco, the Millennium Dome?
16. The prestige number-plate on my Fiasco says OAP 5.
17. The new mall has been an economic fiasco.
18. The biggest fiasco was the most ambitious scheme of all, the Masai Development Plan of the 1950s.
19. Tried using popgun after fiasco of toy cannon, he wrote, but that was too violent where other was too weak.
20. But after my recent fiasco with On Location and Word, I sometimes question whether this is an illusion.
21. But the CompuServe fiasco does underline two lessons about the emerging world of cyberspace.
22. An appointment has been made for you to see Dr Fiasco on July 19th at 2.30 p.m.
23. The first lecture I ever gave was a complete fiasco .
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24. She advises those still aghast at the Pia Zadora fiasco to lighten up.
25. He should count himself lucky not to have been blamed for the whole fiasco.
26. Four cabinet members were facing questions last night about their part in the fiasco.
27. She wondered if she had developed an early warning system since the fiasco with Marcus.
28. The true depth of Jack's growing interest in aviation came a month after the hopping fiasco.
29. The tension got to the dancers, too, and many expected the ballet to be a fiasco.
30. Matters should be taken further, and examples made, to ensure that such a fiasco never happens again.
More similar words: bias, nascent, ascribe, fascinating, score, scorn, scope, discount, discourse, discourage, telescope, scoundrel, discordant, discouraged.