Idioms about jackpot
- to achieve a sensational success; have sudden luck: The firm has hit the jackpot with its new line of computers.
- to win a jackpot.
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How to use jackpot in a sentence
These sorts of high margins charged by campaign vendors are nothing new, but consultants stand to hit the jackpot if they’re working for a low-profile candidate who goes viral.Why Candidates With Little Hope Of Winning Are Raising More Money Than Ever|Geoffrey Skelley (firstname.lastname@example.org)|August 26, 2021|FiveThirtyEight
Besides the attractive visuals, the site stands out with its bonus offers and the highest paying bitcoin games jackpot.The Best Bitcoin Dice Gambling Sites (2021 Reviews & Buyer’s Guide)|Special to the Washington Blade|August 25, 2021|Washington Blade
The post A fossilized egg laid by an extinct, human-sized turtle holds a rare jackpot appeared first on Popular Science.A fossilized egg laid by an extinct, human-sized turtle holds a rare jackpot|Monroe Hammond|August 18, 2021|Popular-Science
That bet resulted in a sizable payout when Antetokounmpo put pen to paper on his supermax contract extension, but the jackpot came when Holiday’s hounding defense on Chris Paul changed the course of the Finals.
His phone was a jackpot for the federal government, offering photographic evidence of a slew of crimes, including a storage locker he said Jenkins directed him to break into and clean out before his squad carried out a search.Ex-bail bondsman who helped Gun Trace Task Force leader sell drugs is home from prison|Justin Fenton|June 30, 2021|Washington Post
In the meantime, he takes trips to Vegas, sometimes sleeping in his car or in movie theaters for weeks, hoping to hit the jackpot.
Just a few blocks down on Sixth Avenue in Birmingham, they hit the jackpot.
Hillary Clinton, of course, hit the jackpot with her comparison of Putin to Hitler (never mind her clarification the next day).
The jackpot hit when Matthew McConaughey read the script and said, “I want to do this.”Inside the Obsessive, Strange Mind of True Detective’s Nic Pizzolatto|Andrew Romano|February 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
From tour guides to chefs, glass blowers to club owners, they each tout different talents to hit the jackpot.Ganjapreneurs Flock to Colorado Following Marijuana Legalization|Abby Haglage, Caitlin Dickson|January 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Did the preacher gent die, er did Brother Peyton jump the game, taking the jackpot with him?David Lannarck, Midget|George S. Harney
"Let him keep the doggone calf and we'll have to put up a jackpot for the feller that owns it," advised Bronco.The Long Dim Trail|Forrestine C. Hooker
It was jackpot; the chips were piled high; and the man in the linen coat was dealing again.Gunman's Reckoning|Max Brand
Jimmie Greeley was raking in a jackpot, grinning fiendishly at the dour Jim Hutch when they heard heavy, running feet outside.Down the Mother Lode|Vivia Hemphill
"Instead of bein' a jackpot bunch of triflin' no-account scalawags," murmured Jack.Oh, You Tex!|William Macleod Raine
British Dictionary definitions for jackpot
- to win a jackpot
- informal to achieve great success, esp through luck
Word Origin for jackpot
Other Idioms and Phrases with jackpot
see hit the jackpot.