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pie in the sky

Have you ever seen a pie in the sky?
No, nor have I.

Pie in the sky describes something that is
very unrealistic.

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1) Pie in the sky

Meaning: If an idea or plan is pie in the sky, it seems good but is not likely to be achieved


Those plans of his to set up his own business are just pie in the sky

2) Pie in the sky

Meaning: something good that is unlikely to happen

Our leaders need to offer more than pie in the sky when they talk about political and social issues.

3) Pie in the sky

Meaning: something that you hope will happen but which is very unlikely to happen

Their plans to set up their own business are just pie in the sky.

4) Pie in the sky

Definition :A preposterously optimistic goal:
"The candidate says we can balance the budget by next year, but I think that's pie in the sky."

5) Pie in the sky

The definition of pie in the sky refers to an idea, thought or dream that is extremely unrealistic,
even to the point where it begins to seem ludicrous.
A dream that is not likely to ever come true is an example of something that would be described as pie in the sky.

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