If Kyl retired, all the better: She might even be a shoo-in.
Based on that record alone, one might think that Steele would be a shoo-in for another term.
The Iron Lady actress bested frontrunner Viola Davis, who seemed a shoo-in for her turn in The Help.
He's considered the shoo-in of shoo-in's this year for a role that stole the Basterds show.
After Gov. Crist announced his intention to run for the U.S. Senate, most observers believed he was a shoo-in.
Still “Happy,” truthfully, should have been a shoo-in for Record of the Year given its incessant popularity this past year.
The Gyllenhaal siblings are also a shoo-in, though I fear I would jibber and jabber—and possibly giggle—over Jake.
Play crazy—just ask Nicole Kidman ( The Hours), Kathy Bates ( Misery), and now, perhaps, shoo-in Natalie Portman ( Black Swan).
Play crazy—just ask Nicole Kidman (The Hours), Kathy Bates (Misery), and now, perhaps, shoo-in Natalie Portman (Black Swan).
Longtime congressman and former governor Mike Castle was seen as a shoo-in.
: to be a shoe-in candidate
[shoe-in may simply be a misspelling, but it is probably based on a misunderstanding of the origin of the term; it is a sort of folk etymology]