Crapshoot



[krap-shoot] /ˈkræpˌʃut/

noun
1.
Informal. anything unpredictable, risky, or problematical; gamble.
verb (used without object), crapshot, crapshooting.
2.
to play .
3.
Informal. to take risks; gamble.

noun

A risky gamble; something very chancy: But who knows? It’s such a crap shoot that nobody can really call it/ Such reforms would subject students to a crapshoot (1970s+)

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