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Sentence count:69+3Posted:2016-10-01Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: debacleSimilar words: biasnascentascribefascinatingscorescornscopediscountMeaning: [fɪ'æskəʊ]  n. a sudden and violent collapse. 
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31. The dinner party had been a private and public fiasco.
32. Hopefully, some of the more level-headed members of the council can prevail and make the Boom Town fiasco a bust.
33. Most Democrats, of course, continued to support McClellan, attributing the fiasco entirely to administration mismanagement.
34. Prices have increased way beyond the rate of inflation and the Government's legislation to check monopolies is a complete fiasco.
35. The report also outlined the role agricultural cooperatives, the largest creditors to the mortgage companies, played in the fiasco.
36. Whoever you blame on the scum transfer fiasco he came out of it as a two-faced hypocrite.
37. But on a more fundamental level the fiasco illustrates the futility of trying to solve political decisions by mathematical models.
38. The fiasco has shown up the dangers in an industry where reputation often rests more on brand names than transparency.
39. Blame for this fiasco is being laid at the door of everyone from teachers to examiners.
40. All parties involved in the budget fiasco stand on a slippery slope.
41. Although she had sensed that a fiasco like this was inevitable, Amanda fumbled for an appropriate response.
42. But after the Santa fiasco, I began to notice things.
43. One would have though a lesson would have been learnt from the community charge fiasco.
44. One of the guys at the gate helped me give the Fiasco a push.
45. We know also that the dark shadow of the Whitewater fiasco haunts her every endeavor.
46. You want to come on and finish this fiasco?
47. This fiasco confirmed Kennedy's impression of Phoumi's singular incompetence.
48. "It's a fiasco,(" he stormed.
49. It's debriefing from the promotion fiasco last quarter.
50. Never one to miss a homiletical opportunity, Peter turned this fiasco into a fine sermon illustration, quoting C.
51. His last visit to Washington was little short of a fiasco.
52. Conrad: Didn't you get the memo? It's the debriefing from the promotion fiasco last quarter.
53. The penny stocks fiasco was the result of poor communications, misjudgment and the imperfect system, an independent panel report said.
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54. QUESTION FROM JOSH P.: How does the Eric Massa fiasco play into Patterson's predicament, if at all?
55. The resort to air charters turned out to be a fiasco.
56. But given the financial fiasco in the EU in the past two years, EU partisans now seem to be significantly overrating the appeal of membership to prospective candidate nations.
57. Kevin: You could say that, or you could call it a fiasco , debacle or( my personal favorite) a complete SNAFU. Take your pick.
58. Unfortunately my Sichuan food turned out to be a fiasco.
59. Pan-Arabism broke on the shoals of the 1967 fiasco -- even if Qaddafi didn't get the message -- but Palestinian radicalism offered itself as an alternative unifying ideology.
60. No true fiasco ever began as a quest fore mere adequacy.
More similar words: biasnascentascribefascinatingscorescornscopediscountdiscoursediscouragetelescopescoundreldiscordantdiscouraged
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