raffle off

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Verb1.raffle off - dispose of in a lottery; "We raffled off a trip to the Bahamas"
gift, present, give - give as a present; make a gift of; "What will you give her for her birthday?"
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Mary Grace Thul, painted two portraits of the pope to raffle off at the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia.
After taking the picture depicting St Hilda's Church and Middlesbrough's old town hall, John Durkin demanded the mayor raffle off his pants for Cancer Research in order to secure its safe return.
The bar promises to raffle off more cars this year.
Along with the exclusive deals and fashion show, Rock the Aisle will also raffle off a door prize from our wedding exhibitors every seven minutes
Generous Huddersfield employers are being asked to dig deep too, and raffle off a day's annual leave on the February 29 amongst their staff, who will donate pounds 5 to the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign for a chance to win the day off work.
I can use such items to raffle off for my charity appeals which will help boost their funds still further.
A SPANISH nightclub has sparked controversy by becoming the first in Europe to raffle off a boob job.
Along with the tickets, we also have two baseballs to raffle off.
I'm going to raffle off my flat," Marina said, describing how he suffered sleepless nights trying to work out how to pay off his debts on the property he bought in 2005.
Mr Ranu, aged 33, said: "I have always donated money to charity but this time I decided to raffle off a teddy bear as we sell a lot of them in the shop and they are very popular with the children.
Learning about her illness, Samantha volunteered to take charge of publicity for the fundraiser and to help obtain prizes to raffle off.