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Synonyms for likelihood

probability

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the likeliness of a given event occurring

Synonyms for likelihood

the probability of a specified outcome

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If I doubt the likelihood of such a character quite comprehending what belongs to mine in my circumstances.
When I devised this story, I foresaw the likelihood that a class of readers and commentators would suppose that I was at great pains to conceal exactly what I was at great pains to suggest: namely, that Mr John Harmon was not slain, and that Mr John Rokesmith was he.
The social psychological domain demonstrated a significant relationship between likelihood to use the EAP and five of the eight problem categories: alcohol, drug, emotional/psychological, family/marital, and legal problems.
Likelihood (out of 10): 2/10 Brendan Rodgers Ex-Swans chief Rodgers was sacked by Liverpool in October after eight games of the Premier League season when a summer of huge spending had failed to have the desired impact on performances and results.
If you're a woman who got married before the age of eighteen, your marriage faces a 48 per cent likelihood of divorce within ten years.
Objective: In accordance with the AHA/ACC clinical practice guideline, the likelihood of acute ischemia caused by coronary artery disease (CAD) is to be determined as high, intermediate, or low for all patients presenting with chest discomfort.
They used logistic regression to identify characteristics associated with the likelihood that a woman had breast-fed the infant at all and, if she had, whether she had done so for at least six months.
Such proof must go beyond the likelihood that the transaction will be audited and discuss the likelihood of litigation or controversy with the IRS, for example, by specifying the grounds on which the IRS might challenge a taxpayer's position.
When NAV is considered in determining value, Dunn provides support that BIG tax should be considered in full, not reduced by an estimate of the likelihood of liquidation.
I have developed models for predicting the likelihood of goals being scored at different moments in a game, drawing on what has happened in Premiership and Football League fixtures in recent seasons.
Each will be assessed on a number of factors, including likelihood of exposure.
If not, what actions are required to increase the likelihood of implementation success?
Close scrutiny also would be required if the changes were made when the events giving rise to the allocations had not yet occurred, but were likelyy to occur if, under the original allocation provisions of a partnership agreement, there was a strong likelihood that a disproportionate amount of COD income earned in the future would be allocated to any partner insolvent at the time of the allocation and would be offset by an increased allocation of loss or a reduced allocation of income to such partner or partners.
Table 4: Likelihood of offshoring to specific countries/region, global response