the most satisfactory option under the circumstances; the choice most likely to bring success
Our best bet to know about the “Arab Spring” would have only been through a soccer match between Egypt versus X team.
But the best bet would be to opt for his other favorite topic, Kids These Days, to avoid any uncomfortable racially based tirade.
But either way, our best bet for now is to roll up those sleeves.
So, they might well conclude that their best bet is to put their security in their own hands and go nuclear—just like Israel.
But if Romney feels the need to choose a staunch social conservative, Brownback may be his best bet.
The first looks the best bet to me—but, as I said, we don't have to decide yet.
The lifeboats had seemed to be the best bet, except that Meta had told him they had no fuel.
"Maybe the seacopter itself is our best bet," Bud suggested.
But I tell you one thing I'm going to do, and that's a one best bet.
And phrases: dollars to doughnuts, on the job, that gets me, one best bet.
The most advantageous course of action: Your best bet is to make all decisions yourself (1941+)