Examples of unlikelihood in a Sentence
Given the unlikelihood of a tax increase, these programs will probably run out of funding next year.
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If that unlikelihood wasn’t established pre-Civil War, it was certainly affirmed by both the suffragist and traditional feminist movements.
One notes the flagrant unlikelihood of the man who most needs this book’s advice accepting it from a gentleman who wears patterned frocks and looks like their dotty Aunt Esther.
UPDATE: Several commenters have pointed out the unlikelihood of Nikon sneaking new sensors into existing cameras.
When this vision is made manifest, its violence is more ritualistic than cathartic, an encounter whose unlikelihood in literal-minded terms encourages us to read it as myth.
Victims face intimidation, having to relive traumatic experiences, the unlikelihood of justice, and ridicule from the public, who may call them liars or gold diggers or worse.
Yet The Bright Hour is not a gloomy or brooding book. Perhaps Riggs’ life as a poet taught her to reconcile herself to transience, frustration, and the unlikelihood of achieving renown.
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