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prospect

noun

Definition of PROSPECT

1
all that can be seen from a certain point <gazing at the wide prospect spread out before me>
2
one who seeks an office, honor, position, or award <a good prospect for the position of auditor>
Antonyms noncandidate
3
something that can develop or become actual <one highly desirable prospect for the city is a major-league franchise>
Near Antonyms actuality, reality; certainty
4
the act or state of looking forward to some occurrence <the prospect of a quiet, restful Sunday ended when our basement flooded>
Related Words alarm (also alarum), apprehension, dread, foreboding, misgiving

March 27, 2015
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