Hail Mary (slang)
Also spelled or known as: Hail-Mary
What does Hail Mary mean?
1. A common Roman Catholic prayer.
2. A long pass done in football.
3. Taking a chance on something that’s a long shot but would be a high reward.
Hail Mary Synonyms: Risk
Example sentence: “They scored a touchdown after he was passed a Hail Mary.“
Hail Mary in songs:
“In these killing fields, Hail Mary, catch me if I go” – 2Pac, Hail Mary.
“Always goin’ for it, never punt fourth down, Last call, Hail Mary, Prescott touchdown” – Post Malone, Wow.
“Throwin’ up a prayer, it’s a Hail Mary” – Mac Miller, New Faces v2.