no-hoper

no-hoper

n
informal a useless person; failure
Translations

no-hoper

[ˈnəʊˌhəʊpəʳ] Nnulidad f
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Not so long ago the Tories wanted Jeremy Corbyn to win the Labour leadership as they assumed he was a total no-hoper.
It's hard to know what makes Gavern such a no-hoper because when I tried to google him yesterday he hid.
It seems significant that mount is Redanna in this 2m71/2f novice handicap as the mare has form figures of 6000P and looks to be a no-hoper at first glance.
Madam still pretends she is on stage, but her only income is from giving lessons to young, no-hoper Sylvia (Katie Moseley).
After watching the easy fourth-round demolition of French no-hoper Jean-Marc Mormeck in Dusseldorf, Vitali, 40, said: "I'll be happy to knock out David Haye.
SCOTT Pilgrim is your classic no-hoper - weedy, jobless, not as young as he was, sharing a one-room flat with a gay friend, playing bass in struggling band Sex Bob-omb, and nursing his injuries since his last girlfriend dumped him.
JASON DAY reckons he can emulate countryman Greg Norman and make it third time lucky in this year's Majors - if he keeps believing he's a no-hoper.
Unfortunately for us, plenty of shrewdies knew Brawn had developed a beast of a car and lumped on Button pre-season when he looked a no-hoper at 80/1.
We don't believe in going to a big meeting with a no-hoper," says Jim.
She puts them in categories such as The No-hoper and The Bouncy Castle.
Perhaps they were too busy applauding his 'intellect' and economic superiority while sucking up to him in the hope of a job when the other no-hoper, Blair, had finally cleared off.
Michael Chopra, the local kid with black and white blood, was effectively labelled a Premiership no-hoper, such was the poor contract offered during the summer.