go out on a limb : Idioms in English

go out on a limb

To do something that is risky or to guess an answer
Usage:
Patricia didn't know which country hosted the Olympics in 1920, but she was going to go out on a limb and answer Canada.

go out on a limb in News

  • Jake Peavy a “legit possibility” for the Braves

    From the Bud Norris rumor this morning to this from David O’Brien of the AJC: Peavy is a legit possibility. RT @rlukegoddard: @ajcbraves care to go out on a limb and comment on Lohse and/or Peavy speculations? — David O’Brien (@ajcbraves) July 26, 2013   O’Brien tends to be a pretty good indicator of what…
    on July 26, 2013 Source: NBC Sports: HardballTalk

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