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raffle in Leisure topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishraffleraf‧fle1 /ˈræfəl/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 DGGDLa competition or game in which people buy numbered tickets and can win prizes 🔊 a woman selling raffle tickets
Examples from the Corpus
raffleThere followed a programme of displays and a raffle added £104 to Norfolk's funds.Topping the action will be a raffle and no-host bar.Anyway, one of them told me to stay and gave me a raffle ticket.There will also be live tunes, a raffle, plenty of grub, and several homes and studio sites welcoming visitors.Many volunteers acted as models or helped behind the scenes with refreshments and raffle tickets.The action continues through Sunday with nightly jam sessions, raffles, and a Grande Finale Concert.That raffle was no more squalid than the raffle we all play every day.The Ashbourne House appeal raised more than £4,000 for the raffle and Wedgwood winners were.raffle ticketsMany volunteers acted as models or helped behind the scenes with refreshments and raffle tickets.Hundreds of raffle tickets were sold and the winning tickets drawn.Go for drink with Head to discuss plans for sale of raffle tickets on Saturday morning.Check up on possible sales of raffle tickets.They were placed in a corner clutching over five pounds worth of raffle tickets each.Both the counterfoil and the voting slip have identical numbers printed on them similar to a cloakroom or raffle tickets.