Noun(1) a sudden and violent collapse
(1) The paper was forced to publish a humiliating front page apology for the fiasco the following day.(2) The recent fiasco over parking charges has demonstrated their arrogance and incompetence.(3) It was a fiasco and a disaster, but the courage of the soldiers impressed even the Russians.(4) his plans turned into a fiasco(5) When we see true ├ö├ç├┐dictatorship,├ö├ç├û as opposed to yet another permutation of Parliamentary fiascos , we will see it in the eyes of the hysterical, not from their mouths.(6) A string of fiascos define Surrey's infamy in the media: home invasions, racial tension, murders, drugs, and a horribly misguided school board.(7) Scotland Yard immediately launched an internal inquiry into the handling of the cases against both butlers which are estimated to have cost Ôö¼├║2m and ended in one of the biggest legal fiascos in recent years.(8) Saturday's losing team, meanwhile, apologised for one of the biggest soccer fiascos Germany has ever suffered, expressing shame and remorse for only their second ever World Cup qualifying defeat.(9) If there are any baking fiascos this year with the bread I'm going to quit this tradition and just start making bunnies out of Rice Krispy treats.(10) Remembering the Government's record on previous computer purchase fiascos this is scheduled to be another expensive disaster.(11) I hope none of you were ensnared in the Comair-USAir fiascos !(12) If Namibia was a real constitutional democracy, President Nujoma should have been called to clear up scandals, fiascos and debacles that have characterized, mainly, the last five years of his rule.(13) At the start of the new millennium, the corporate world witnessed major fiascos and ethical blunders.(14) Of course, there is also the parade of endless cartoons, strangely addictive infomercials, public access fiascos and creepy children's programming when the movie selection gets too boring.(15) The first is that the Americans attacked before they were really ready, either because of the diplomatic fiascos with Turkey and in the UN, or due to pressure to beat the summer heat.(16) Those inclined to believe in the ├ö├ç├┐guiding hand├ö├ç├û of the Creator would doubtless deduce that he is squarely on the prince's side too, since the lecture fortuitously coincided with two more GM fiascos .
(1) fiasco :: kemelut
1. failure ::
2. disaster ::
3. catastrophe ::
4. debacle ::
5. shambles ::
6. farce ::
7. mess ::
8. wreck ::
9. flop ::
10. washout ::
11. snafu ::
Word Example from TV Shows
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No, there were three other guys
with eye patches. It was a FIASCO.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 8
And then declaring
the party a FIASCO
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 5
Obviously another carnal FIASCO
with the "shiksi" goddess.
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 2
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