- hit up for,
- hit upon,
- hit wicket,
- hitch a ride
Origin of hit-or-miss
Examples from the Web for hit-or-miss
Her occasional sketches are hit-or-miss, best when they have some sly subtext.
Things had apparently been stuffed in hit-or-miss fashion: ribbons, scarves, odd bits of costumes were all entangled together.The Mystery of the Secret Band|Edith Lavell
It is largely a hit-or-miss or grab-in-the-dark method, as it is impossible to clean up the ground in this manner.The Submarine in War and Peace|Simon Lake
Augusta gave him a hit-or-miss kiss in the dark, climbed into her bed and went obediently to sleep like a child.The Hills of Desire|Richard Aumerle Maher
A competitive game which is easy to manage is hit-or-miss illustrating.What Shall We Do Now?: Five Hundred Games and Pastimes|Dorothy Canfield Fisher
There was a blue-and-white, hit-or-miss rag rug on the floor.