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To go on a wildgoose chase


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To go on a wildgoose chase means to make a fruitless and foolish search.

Sample Usage

1. The students were very sure that their archaeology professor had sent them on a wild-goose chase into the cave temple.

2. Sarita was fed up of wandering through the numerous shops and was sure her mother had sent her on a wildgoose chase for the blue fabric.


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