white hope

NOUN
  1. someone (or something) expected to achieve great success in a given field
    this company is the great white hope of the nuclear industry's waste management policy
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How To Use white hope In A Sentence

  • The great white hope for the German aircraft industry was the European airbus.
  • this company is the great white hope of the nuclear industry's waste management policy
  • The great white hope for the German aircraft industry was the European airbus.
  • Graeme Kent tells the story of how more than 30 fighters - the Great White Hopes, though most of them were no more than second-rate brawlers - who tried to dump the bumptious champion on his backside only to suffer that fate themselves.
  • He is our great white hope for the future.
  • Chavez is the white hope of the failed castrism anachronic and near death who feels that its continuation is impossible in the Island and that it is only possible through the Venezuelan president and the MVR, its extravagant, radical and heterogeneous political movement. 03/27/2005 - 04/03/2005
  • This new car is seen as the great white hope of the British motor industry.
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