wager

IPA: wˈeɪdʒɝ

noun

  • A bet; a stake; a pledge.
  • The subject of a bet.
  • (law) A contract by which two parties or more agree that a certain sum of money, or other thing, shall be paid or delivered to one of them, on the happening or not happening of an uncertain event.
  • (law) An offer to make oath.
  • A surname.

verb

  • (transitive) To bet something; to put it up as collateral.
  • (intransitive, figuratively) To suppose; to dare say.

Examples of "wager" in Sentences

  • What is types of wager
  • He lost his money by doing wager.
  • The Atheist's wager is already in the game.
  • To win the wager, he pretended to collapse and die.
  • To win the wager, he is pretended to collapse and die.
  • Accordingly, neither man has the advantage in the wager.
  • If the player hand loses both the Ante and Play wagers lose.
  • As of Volume III, the terms of the wager itself are unrevealed.
  • The increase in the wager will not affect the other prize tiers.
  • He paid $18 for a $2 win wager as the second choice in the betting.
  • The wager was twenty guineas and Elphinstone was the winner of the match.
  • A sad state of affairs if you ask me, but one that I wager is more common than not.
  • The wager is after we have completely crawlerd inside ourselves the terrorists will then strike.
  • My wager is any controversial measure not passed in 2009 is dead in 2010 with elections drawing so near.
  • The thing that bugs me about Pascal’s wager is that it doesn’t tell me WHICH g/God I’m better off betting on.
  • Mine That Bird returned $103.20 for a $2 win wager with place and show prices of $54.00 and $25.80, respectively.
  • My wager is that no active judge (including Reinhardt) will even call for a vote (after all, he has already had his say).
  • Then we take one shot each until we hit them. (we start at 400 and go out) a little friendly wager is always good as it takes a few shot before your ranged in.
  • For Duncanian this whole wager is utter tosh anyway, requiring, he asserts, only the substitution of "Flying Entrail Monster" in the place of "God" (the Romans not having spaghetti at this time), for the tunnel vision to become self-evident.

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