Definition of 'of a lifetime'
Example sentences containing 'of a lifetime'
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For some of us it was the chance of a lifetime and now we're priced out. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What can he possibly gain by continuing to turn down the chance of a lifetime? The Sun (2013)It would be the experience of a lifetime. The Sun (2010)This is the chance of a lifetime. The Sun (2006)This is a chance of a lifetime and we are already at the edge. The Sun (2016)It is billed as the experience of a lifetime and it would be hard to argue. The Sun (2010)During the course of a lifetime we all experience some emotional anguish. Know Your Own Mind (1991)And you get expert advice from the team to make sure this is the experience of a lifetime. The Sun (2013)It's the biker experience of a lifetime. The Sun (2006)It will help your mum to know that you're enjoying the chance of a lifetime. The Sun (2014)He wouldn't stick around to watch them ruin the chance of a lifetime. Total Customer Service (The Ultimate Weapon) (1990)She said: 'It was the chance of a lifetime. The Sun (2011)
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