Examples of likelihood in a Sentence
There is a strong likelihood that he will be reelected.
the weatherman on TV said that the likelihood of rain today was fairly high
Recent Examples of likelihood from the Web
Odoni is accompanied by items that include a 2nd-century bust of the Roman emperor Hadrian, on loan from the National Archaeological Museum of Venice (and in all likelihood, the same one shown in the painting).
But other experts believe that the landscape was in all likelihood painted by Freud.
At the top was the Houston Rockets, who were a freak Chris Paul injury and an aberrational shooting curse away from stealing the series from Golden State Warriors and, in all likelihood, an NBA championship.
In all likelihood, a move like this is too extreme to ever become reality.
Less than two full years after working on the Sanders campaign, Ocasio-Cortez will in all likelihood follow him into Congress.
In all likelihood, the Suns front office has probably discussed Young among their myriad of options for their four picks in Thursday's draft.
With the likelihood of Bon-Ton Stores Inc.’s liquidation increasing, office building owners and business operators on downtown Milwaukee’s west side — and malls throughout Wisconsin — are bracing for impact.
Dailyda said the likelihood that voters would approve the tax has increased now that the economy has improved and Congress has cut federal taxes.
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LIKELIHOOD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of likelihood for English Language Learners
: the chance that something will happen
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