What is the meaning of Lotto tickets?
a lottery (= game in which tickets with numbers are sold to people who have a chance of winning a prize if their number is chosen) in some countries or states. Miscellaneous games & activities.
What words use the lottery?
- door prize.
- game of chance.
- luck of the draw.
What is the synonym of raffle?
In this page you can discover 31 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for raffle, like: sweeps, flier, lottery, game-of-chance, stake, chance, pool, lots, wager, wagering and bet.
Is Lotto a valid Scrabble word?
Lotto is valid Scrabble Word.
What is lottery system?
: a way of raising money for a government, charity, etc., in which many tickets are sold and a few of the tickets are chosen by chance to win prizes. : a system used to decide who will get or be given something by choosing names or numbers by chance.
What is a antonym for lottery?
Opposite of a risky action undertaken with the hope of success. guarantee. certainty. assurance. surety.
How do you use lottery in a sentence?
Lottery sentence example
- I used to play the lottery too. …
- He was full of literary projects, and immediately after his return he is said to have increased his fortune immensely by a lucky lottery speculation.
What does sweepstake mean?
Definition of sweepstakes
1a : a race or contest in which the entire prize may be awarded to the winner specifically : stakes race. b : contest, competition. 2 : any of various lotteries.
What is the antonym of raffle?
Opposite of refuse, waste or garbage that has been, or will be, discarded. possessions. property. truth.
How do you describe a raffle?
a form of lottery in which a number of persons buy one or more chances to win a prize.
Is a drawing the same as a raffle?
ConcernedTreasurer writes: People usually buy raffle tickets. Drawings, on the other hand, are entry-based: you could have a limit of one entry per person or have rewards of entries based on a variety of things (how many times you attend a meeting, how much money you raised in a fundraiser, etc.).