Synonym: chance. Similar words: ability, stability, liability, capability, disability, reliability, availability, accountability. Meaning: [‚prɑbə'bɪlətɪ /‚prɒ-] n. 1. a measure of how likely it is that some event will occur; a number expressing the ratio of favorable cases to the whole number of cases possible 2. the quality of being probable; a probable event or the most probable event.

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1. The

*probability*is that prices will rise rapidly.2. There seemed to be a high

*probability*of success.3. The

*probability*that it will rain today is high.4. There is every

*probability*of his coming.5. There is every

*probability*of his coming / that he will come.6. The

*probability*of winning the lottery is really very low.7. Without a transfusion, the victim's

*probability*of dying was 100%.8. There is a high

*probability*that it will snow tonight.9. There is little

*probability*of his succeeding / that he will succeed.10. He must calculate the

*probability*of failure.11. This surgical procedure has a high

*probability*of success.12. Mistakes could and, in all

*probability*, would occur.13. What is the

*probability*of winning?14. In all

*probability*he's already left.15. What is the

*probability*of its success?16. War is a real

*probability*in the world today.17. In all

*probability*,(sentencedict.com) we shall be away for a month.18. A fall in interest rates is a

*probability*in the present economic climate.19. The

*probability*of getting all the answers correct is about one in ten.20. In all

*probability*he failed to understand the consequences of his actions.21. We can say with a high degree of

*probability*that the poem was written by Shakespeare.22. There seems to be little

*probability*of fulfilling the sells program of this year.23. It now seems a

*probability*rather than just a possibility.24. She will, in all

*probability*, have left before we arrive.25. There is a 60%

*probability*that the population will be infected with the disease.26. In all

*probability*she wouldn't come even if we invited her.27. There's a high

*probability*that the children will follow a different career.28. If you've owned property for several years, the

*probability*is that values have increased.29. A peace agreement now seems a

*probability*rather than a possibility.30. The Republicans had better get used to the fact that in all

*probability*, they are going to lose.More similar words: ability, stability, liability, capability, disability, reliability, availability, accountability, probably, rehabilitation, credibility, sensibility, flexibility, probation, utility, facility, problem, military, facilities, militarism, facilitate, fidelity, sexuality, mortality, essentiality, propensity, productivity, baby, robot, global.