One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A person's (or the) most sensible course of action.‘William's best plan would be to get a job’
- ‘I encourage you to explore all your options and talk to several different kinds of professionals to decide your best plan of action.’
- ‘After all, your time and resources are limited, so spending them wisely, even at the cost of other areas, is going to be your best plan.’
- ‘If you're nearing retirement, you may be thinking that your best plan is to take up smoking, heavy drinking and motorcycle stunts.’
- ‘But his best plan would be to go to a team down and out at the quarterback position - Chicago, Cincinatti and Carolina come to mind - and make his own mark where the expectations are far less.’
- ‘Probably their best plan, however, is to ignore him and hope that no one will notice what he says.’
- ‘It was sunny, it was mild, and there was a delicious refreshing breeze just about all day, so it seemed our best plan would be to stay home and enjoy it.’
- ‘The Pakistan board wanted faster pitches for them but their best plan now would be to prepare turners.’
- ‘I will leave you now to start to think on this and your best plan of action.’
- ‘The task force concluded that it's best plan of action is to have a ‘lean staffing model’ in which ‘excellence’ is placed ahead of volume and compensation is, thus, high.’
- ‘But your best plan of action is to exercise self-control and do nothing.’
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