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Synonyms for wager

Synonyms for wager

a venture depending on chance

something risked on an uncertain outcome

to put up as a stake in a game or speculation

to make a bet

Synonyms for wager

the money risked on a gamble

stake on the outcome of an issue

maintain with or as if with a bet

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Between January and April, $463.6 million was wagered, up 21.8 percent from the same period a year ago.
Their study of 1,953 greyhound races employed selective wagering where only the races with the predicted strongest competitors were wagered upon.
Sports competition should be appreciated for the inherent benefits related to participation of student-athletes, coaches, and institutions in fair contests, not the amount of money wagered on the outcome of the competition."
The amount of money wagered is many times greater than the amount of money lost (or spent).
$4.6 billion will be wagered on a collective 149 million brackets by more than 40 million people;
An ATP statement read: "An ATP investigation found that Cermak had wagered on tennis matches from September 2006 to February 2007.
This means that for each dollar wagered, the track, horsemen and state divide between 17 cents and 25 cents and return the remainder to the wagering public.
Patrons bet just over $747,000 on the 91st Academy Awards last month a slither of the $320 million they wagered in New Jersey sports betting pools overall, according to a recent report.
Since 2007, the first full year electronic gambling was allowed under Arkansas law, the amount of money wagered on those games jumped an eye-popping 502 percent at Southland to $1.3 billion in 2011 and 327 percent to $695.5 million at Oaklawn, according to reports on file at the Arkansas Racing Commission.
A total of A EUR1.012 billion (pounds 430m/EUR637m) was wagered through Tabcorp's online wagering service (tab.com.au), delivering 23.5 per cent year-on-year growth.
In total, visitors wagered $27.4 million in May at Hot Springs' horse racing track and electronic gambling venue, according to figures released by the Arkansas Department of Finance & Administration.
Others make countless $1 exotic wagers off the cuff, then reach for their wallet while having no idea how much they have wagered.