Noun(1) a gift of public land or resources for the private gain of a limited group(2) an unintentional disclosure(3) a television or radio program in which contestants compete for awards
(1) Rather than plastic money boxes, giveaway biros or vouchers for DVDs, the Bradford-based mortgage lender decided that something with four wheels might prove a little more persuasive.(2) Gabby waited a long time before answering, and only did once Justin's breathing grew slow and steady, a dead giveaway that he was sleeping.(3) I'm pretty happy with how this competition turned out, so I might try it again in the future if an appropriate giveaway object presents itself.(4) Those last images of him in 1993 before his enforced retirement with his bloated face and blotched, spotty, wretched complexion, a giveaway sign of the soon to be irretrievably poisoned liver, were sad indeed.(5) Because of the way these were unearthed by accident with other posters, they can be offered at the giveaway price of only $15.(6) With the influx of giveaway papers hitting city streets, Sydney's Lord Mayor plans to introduce a new policy regulating the distribution of newspapers and magazines.(7) Many Jewish businesses had to be sold at giveaway prices in the countryside because they had become illegal, and many Jewish settlers were turned out of their homes.(8) 2002 was an excellent vintage in Germany, and this is an outstanding young Riesling at a giveaway price.(9) I watched her eyes - they were a dead giveaway to her emotions.(10) Traders set up stalls at major venues, openly hawking illegally acquired wares and at giveaway prices.(11) When a bug has fed it emits a sickly sweet smell to attract hungry relatives: a giveaway sign of infestation.(12) His use of an incentive, called tax-increment financing, to attract developers has been criticized as a tax giveaway for companies that don't need financial breaks.(13) If it's a choice between buying a giveaway copy of a book I already own and buying myself something new, well, put it this way… I still have plenty of shelf space to fill.(14) It's a giveaway paper, to be published by a joint venture of four government-linked corporations (GLCs).(15) It has put scarves, pin badges, shirts and other memorabilia up for sale on the internet at giveaway prices.(16) At a giveaway price, it went to a development company who created what is now the Broadgate centre, a fairly ghastly set of offices with a few shops thrown in.
1. game show ::
2. unwrap ::
3. disclose ::
4. let on ::
5. bring out ::
6. let out ::
7. divulge ::
8. discover ::
9. break ::
10. reveal ::
11. expose ::
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That's a dead GIVEAWAY.
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 5
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