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Synonyms for prospect

Synonyms for prospect

something expected

the likeliness of a given event occurring

chance of success or advancement

that which is or can be seen

Synonyms for prospect

the possibility of future success

belief about (or mental picture of) the future

someone who is considered for something (for an office or prize or honor etc

a prediction of the course of a disease

search for something desirable

Related Words

explore for useful or valuable things or substances, such as minerals

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The story of William Sleeman brings in the colonial strand as well as the human factor whereby he sees success against the Thuggee as his passport from a prospectless junior official to promotion, fame and fortune.
Would there have been such an unfolding had the desperate, prospectless young man not shipped out to the South Seas in 1840?
2) be convinced that the patient's suffering was prospectless and unbearable;
He'd no problem himself living like he'd been until recently, unemployed, immobile, prospectless, bored.
Seen through the cultural spectacles of rationalism - which we to a great extent still use - maybe many of the peasants of the 18th century lived a prospectless day-to-day existence.