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bid fair

To seem probable or likely. Her grades are good enough that she bids fair to get into that excellent high school.
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bid fair

To appear likely.
See also: bid, fair
References in classic literature ?
Tarzan's first mission did not bid fair to be either exciting or vastly important.
It bid fair to destroy for me all that was best and brightest in life.
We watched them place their bid fair and square, and complied with all the requirements.
The modem aACAo probabely the first commercial 20nm part aACAo brings support for Category 6 LTE-Advanced and download speeds up to 300Mbps (though it will be limited to 225Mbps in South Korea, as that's all their networks support right now.) If the Adreno 420 core inside the new S5 Broadband is as fast as the reference models Qualcomm distributed for testing, this GPU could bid fair to claim the title of fastest 3D graphics in a smartphone aACAo at least, for a little while.
With private investors putting their money where their mouth is, these emerging destinations bid fair to be among the Philippines' hot draws.