His giveaway with 37 seconds to go in the Portugal match cost the U.S. the game and an easy trek into the next round.
Winfrey kicked off the final installment of her legendary “Favorite Things” giveaway today—with cruises for all!
Without these provisions, Kucinich says he believes the bill will be a giveaway to insurance companies.
Henry Paulson, a stronger man but one who engineered the giveaway to Wall Street, will not be looked upon kindly by history.
The Ultimate Audience Freak-Out What would an Oprah giveaway be without tears and hysteria?
Only his hands were a giveaway; they were stained with yellow and black stains that looked completely out of place on the man.
Showing more than a normal interest would have been a giveaway.
I almost halted in alarm, but that might have been a giveaway.
But in spite of the giveaway, Ingolby was getting them where they were soft-fairly drugging them with good news.
Even the way they shake whenever they come out of the mud is a giveaway—what better way to seed their crop far and wide?
also give-away, "act of giving away," 1872, from phrase give away, c.1400 (of brides, from 1719); meaning "to betray, expose, reveal" is 1878, originally U.S. slang.