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A Ghost Of A Chance ( at least some chance of winning ... )

"A Ghost Of A Chance"

A ghost of a chance is a very small chance that it will happen.

Example: "Do you think he has a chance to win?" Reply: "He doesn't have a ghost of a chance."

Ghost of a chance is often used in the negative to show that the possibility is very low, saying there is not a ghost of a chance.

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