Possibility synonyms

pŏs'ə-bĭl'ĭ-tē
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Any property, fact, or relation that is the result of chance or is nonessential.
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Contingency means something that could happen or come up depending on other occurrences.
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Capable of happening, existing, or being true without contradicting proven facts, laws, or circumstances:
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A fact or event accompanying another, either incidentally or as an essential condition or determining factor
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An early game of chance played with dice, from which craps is derived
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(Uncountable) The state of being feasible or possible
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The state or quality of being potential; possibility of becoming, developing, etc.; latency
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The fact of being likely to happen; probability
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Chance is defined as happening by unexplainable reasons, luck, a risk, or the likelihood of something happening.
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A fact, event, or state of affairs that makes something else possible
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The longing or desire for something accompanied by the belief in the possibility of its occurrence:
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Something that takes place; an event or incident:
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(Countable) A fortuitous event; an accident
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The definition of a hap is something happening or that happens by chance.
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Something that takes place; an event or incident.
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(Idiomatic) small chance.
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Something that happens as a result of or in connection with something more important; minor event or episode, specif. one in a novel, play, etc.
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A step in a process or series of events:
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(--- Statistics) A number, ranging from zero to one, expressing either the projected likelihood that a specific event will occur or the observed ratio of the number of actual occurrences to the number of possible occurrences.
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A social gathering or activity:
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A chance for progress or advancement, as in a career.
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Not linked to fate or outside influences.
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That can be conceived, understood, imagined, or believed
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That may or may not happen; possible
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Of or relating to a computer file that is in a format ready for execution.
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(Biology) Capable of functioning under varying environmental conditions. Used of certain organisms, such as bacteria that can live with or without oxygen.
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The definition of feasible is that something is possible, doable or likely.
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Contained in the nature of something though not readily apparent:
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Present but invisible or inactive; lying hidden and undeveloped within a person or thing, as a quality, power, or talent
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(Grammar) Referring to a verbal construction of form stating something is possible or probable.
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Usable for a specified purpose:
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Being actually so in almost every respect; virtual:
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Showing promise of success, excellence, etc.
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Capable of being overcome or surmounted; surmountable or conquerable
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Able to live
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A possible event, outcome, or condition; contingency
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The ratio of the probability of an event's occurring to the probability of its not occurring.
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Something presented to the eye; a scene:
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An outline for any proposed or planned series of events, real or imagined
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A state of being virtual.
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The fact or quality of being impossible
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The state of being unfeasible or impractical
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Absence of likelihood; the state of being unlikely or improbable; improbability.
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Something or somebody considered likely.
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a possible alternative
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The act or an instance of becoming open or being made to open:
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An unproved theory, proposition, supposition, etc. tentatively accepted to explain certain facts or (working hypothesis) to provide a basis for further investigation, argument, etc.
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The branch of a science or art consisting of its explanatory statements, accepted principles, and methods of analysis, as opposed to practice:
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Quality of being possible.
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Anything plausible or specious.
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