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These young people have no hope for the future.
She arrived in London, young and full of hope.
The new budget did offer more hope to unemployed disabled people.
My hope is that one day she will forgive me.
The team's hopes of a championship are fading fast.
There is little hope of any improvement in his condition.
Is there any hope that she will change her mind?
Rescuers refused to give up all hope of finding more survivors.
Our only hope was to get her to a hospital fast.
He is Britain's brightest tennis hope.
Our children are our greatest hope for the future.
A coalition government offers the country its best hope for peace.
Many people saw the new president as their last hope for political change.
The hope is that he will eventually come to his senses.
I know it's unrealistic, but his hope is to win a scholarship.
The political situation in the country has deteriorated beyond all hope.
I don't want to raise her hopes about the promotion until I'm sure.
The transplant offers Lucy and her parents a new glimmer of hope.
The girls are doing very well, and I have very high hopes for them.
Police are carrying out house-to-house enquiries in the hope of finding the missing girl.
We never, ever lost hope, and we never lost confidence that we would win one day.
I don't think there's a hope in hell of these targets being achieved.
The report is supposed to be published next month. I don't hold out much hope though!
Everybody is really looking forward to spring and better things to come (some hope!)
This is the British English definition of hope. View American English definition of hope.