How to use fighting chance in a sentence

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A five-match unbeaten run has given Torquay a fighting chance of beating the drop after seemingly being relegation certainties a few weeks ago.
In the long run, there is no doubt we must all open up and develop the necessary institutions which will enable us to have a fighting chance.
There are a handful of invaluable tactics you can employ, however, to give yourself a fighting chance of getting the price you want.
I was conscious of the fact that I was giving myself a fighting chance by not doing anything to cause him any distraction.
Alternatively, if I give up the make-believe and stick rigidly to the truth, I've a fighting chance of making my late sixties.
Then you would have a fighting chance, but even then only, I think, a fighting chance.
They were never in the game with a fighting chance, and they too must have heard the rumblings of doom in the streets.
We are ruled by our bodies, but at least we can give the mind a fighting chance.
Handled correctly, however, most plants, including pines, have more than a fighting chance of survival at being moved.
If they pick up one of those, they've got a good fighting chance of getting control of the Senate.
But there is ample evidence to suggest it has a fighting chance, primarily because the food is really very good.
Since chocolate eclairs taste much better than broccoli, realizing that we still like broccoli may give it a fighting chance.
And it's our duty as citizens to give police a fighting chance to nail them.
In Europe, there is a fighting chance because of a strong widespread environmental ethic at least in the Scandinavian and Germanic countries.
Critically ill infants born outside the capital are being given a fighting chance of survival through a national transport programme.
Why not give the idea a fighting chance by committing whatever resources are necessary to improve the promising technology?
If he has some real left-wing issue to bring Liberal voters back to the fold, he stands a fighting chance.
This by no means guarantees success, but at least gives them a fighting chance.
In Italy it is actually legal to have temperatures at which ice cubes stand a fighting chance of melting.
It does seem to be quite a close race, with London, Paris, New York, Madrid and Moscow all with a fighting chance.
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Examples from Classical Literature
So long as Smith was at liberty there was a fighting chance, and as always, he took it.
I still had a fighting chance to get her away from him, but was it fair of me to make the fight?
With three first-string pitchers like Lefty and Jones and Savage, the team would have a fighting chance.
Blair should stop shilly-shallying and name that departure day to give those who stay a fighting chance.
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