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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshoo-inˈshoo-in noun [countable] especially American English informal  WINsomeone who is expected to easily win a race, election etcshoo-in for He was far from a shoo-in for president.shoo-in to do something He looked like a shoo-in to win the Democratic nomination.
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shoo-inBut he was far from a shoo-in for president.But, once again, Clinton was no shoo-in.
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