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    hope against hope

    "She was hoping against hope that she was the one being spoken of."

    To hope against hope is to hope with little reason or justification. My question is: when she hopes against hope, does she know there isn't much hope?

    I am hoping against hope that you understand what I'm talking about.
    Last edited by nonEnglish; 29-Aug-2005 at 13:44.

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    Re: hope against hop

    I think she knows there's no hope but can't put up with it and craves for a wonder, poor girl

    Look at this link: , it may be of some help.

    Good luck

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    Re: hope against hop

    Thank you so much for directing me to this very useful site!

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    You probably already knew this, but you can not go back to eidt the title of your post- I tried to change my title to "hope against hopE" and couldn't.

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