# a chance of a lifetime in a sentence

- The 32-year-old Piccirillo sees the fight as
*a chance of a lifetime*. - This is
*a chance of a lifetime*, a tournament of a lifetime. - This is
*a chance of a lifetime*, the tournament of a lifetime. - To him, this is
*a chance of a lifetime* for his beloved Conyers. - This was
*a chance of a lifetime* to do something for your country. - It's difficult to find
*a chance of a lifetime* in a sentence. - He called the offer "
*a chance of a lifetime* ." - That was
*a chance of a lifetime*, getting off like that. - Pazienza knows that this is
*a chance of a lifetime*. - While singing, a music director enters and offers her
*a chance of a lifetime*. *A chance of a lifetime* in a lifetime of chances.- "For them it's
*a chance of a lifetime* ." - But she knows I love racing and what
*a chance of a lifetime* this is. - This is
*a chance of a lifetime* for me. - "It's
*a chance of a lifetime*, " said relief pitcher John Franco, the Mets'team captain. - I consider this
*a chance of a lifetime*.