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Another word for prospect

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Noun
  1. Something expected

      1. (Statistics) The expected value of a random variable.
      2. Prospects, especially of success or gain.
      3. Something expected:
      1. An expected amount calculated on the basis of actuarial data:
      2. An expecting or being expected; expectation
      3. That which is expected, esp. on a statistical basis
      1. Action taken in order to prevent or counteract something:
      2. (Music) Introduction on a weak beat of one note of a new chord before the previous chord is resolved.
      3. An expectation:
    See also:

    surprise

  2. The likeliness of a given event occurring.

      1. The likelihood that a given event will occur:
      2. (--- 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.
      3. A probable situation, condition, or event:
      1. One that is capable of being chosen or of being made real:
      2. Capacity for future success; potential; promise
      3. Something that is possible:
      1. The ratio of the probability of an event's occurring to the probability of its not occurring.
      2. A certain number of points given beforehand to a weaker side in a contest to equalize the chances of all participants.
      3. An amount or degree by which one thing exceeds or falls short of another:
      1. The state of being probable; probability.
      2. Something that is likely to happen
      3. The fact of being likely to happen; probability
    See also:

    likely

  3. Chance of success or advancement.

    See also:

    hope

  4. That which is or can be seen

      1. A distant view or prospect, especially one seen through an opening, as between rows of buildings or trees.
      2. A comprehensive mental view of a series of remembered or anticipated events
      3. An avenue or other passage affording such a view.
      1. An examination using the eyes; a look:
      2. A way of showing or seeing something, as from a particular position or angle:
      3. Field of vision:
      1. A view; look; glimpse
      2. Something seen; view
      3. A remarkable or spectacular view; spectacle
      1. (--- Film) A section of a film, usually made up of a number of shots, which is unified by time, setting, characters, etc.
      2. A view of people or places; picture or spectacle
      3. Something seen by a viewer; a view or prospect.
      1. A specific point of view in understanding or judging things or events, esp. one that shows them in their true relations to one another
      2. An understanding of how aspects of a subject relate to each other and to the whole:
      3. A view or vista.
      1. A picture unrolled before the spectator in such a way as to give the impression of a continuous view
      2. An unbroken view of an entire surrounding area.
      3. An unlimited view in all directions
      1. An attitude or point of view.
      2. The view seen from such a place.
      3. Mental view or attitude
      1. One who keeps watch.
      2. A high place or structure commanding a wide view, used for observation.
      3. (South Atlantic US) Outlook; view.
    See also:

    see

Another word for prospect

Noun
  1. A view

      1. A distant view or prospect, especially one seen through an opening, as between rows of buildings or trees.
      2. (Proper) A U.S. government program established in 1964 to provide volunteers to work at improving the living conditions of persons in impoverished areas of the U.S., its possessions, and Puerto Rico
      3. An awareness of a range of time, events, or subjects; a broad mental view:
      1. An expanse of natural scenery considered in terms of its visual effect
      2. An expanse of scenery that can be seen in a single view:
      3. The conditions prevailing in a particular time, place, institution, etc.
      1. Mental perception or consideration:
      2. The act or fact of seeing:
      3. Field of vision:
    See also:

    view

  2. Probability; usually plural

      1. The likelihood of something happening; possibility or probability:
      2. A force assumed to cause events that cannot be foreseen or controlled; luck:
      3. A favorable set of circumstances; an opportunity:
      1. The state of being probable; probability.
      2. The fact of being likely to happen; probability
      3. Something that is likely to happen
  3. A probable future

      1. (Archaic) Trust; confidence.
      2. A source of or reason for such longing or desire:
      3. A reason for hope
      1. (Law) A conclusion applied by law as to the correctness of some fact, ordinarily subject to rebuttal by contrary evidence.
      2. The thing presumed; supposition
      3. A ground or reason for presuming; evidence that points to the probability of something
      1. An oral or written agreement to do or not to do something
      2. A declaration assuring that one will or will not do something; a vow.
      3. Indication of something favorable to come; expectation:
      1. That which is expected, esp. on a statistical basis
      2. Something expected or awaited
      3. An expecting or being expected; expectation
  4. A possible candidate