By guess and by golly In english explanation

The meaning, explanation, definition and origin of the idiom/phrase "by guess and by golly", English Idiom Dictionary ( also found in Vietnamese )

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Meaning of By guess and by golly


by guess or by gosh


by guess and by gosh , by guess and by God

By guess and by golly phrase

Relying on guessing and luck

I went by guess and by golly because I didn't know what the answer was.

By guess and by golly, I answered correctly.

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to count your lucky stars

To be thankful or grateful for one's good luck usually while avoiding a bad situation

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said to show that even a very bad situation brings an advantage for someone.
no prizes for guessing sth

Used to indicate that it is very easy to guess something


Even a Broken Clock Is Right Twice a Day

A normally unreliable person can still be right about something, even if it is only by accident.

fortune smiles on sb

It is used to say that someone is lucky.


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