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Antonym: retrospectSimilar words: introspectintrospectionaspectsuspectspectruminspectorspectacleinspectionMeaning: ['prɑspekt /'prɒspekt] n. 1. the possibility of future success 2. belief about (or mental picture of) the future 3. someone who is considered for something (for an office or prize or honor etc.) 4. the visual percept of a region 5. a prediction of the course of a disease. v. 1. search for something desirable 2. explore for useful or valuable things or substances, such as minerals. 
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1. She viewed the prospect of a week alone in the house without much enthusiasm.
2. The prospect of change of this kind has an unsettling effect on any organisation.
3. He's not exactly thrilled at the prospect of working for his old rival.
4. There's not much prospect of Mr Smith's being elected as Congressman.
5. He felt utterly daunted by the prospect of moving to another country.
6. There's a reasonable prospect that his debts will be paid.
7. I see no prospect of things improving here.
8. My spirits sank at the prospect of starting all over again.
9. I didn't find the prospect of a house with no electricity very alluring.
10. The prospect of war really frightens me.
11. The prospect of so much work filled him with consternation.
12. Major developments are in prospect for the company.
13. I have always been delighted at the prospect of a new day, a fresh try, one more start, with perhaps a bit of magic waiting somewhere behind the morning.
14. Is there any prospect of the weather improving?
15. He did not particularly relish the prospect of a meeting with his boss.
16. Unfortunately, there is little prospect of seeing these big questions answered.
17. She has a bike in prospect.
18. She was not unduly concerned by the prospect of managing on her own.
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19. A place in the semi-finals is in prospect .
20. For many women, the harrowing prospect of giving evidence in a rape case can be too much to bear.
21. An abundant harvest is in prospect.
22. There is no immediate prospect of peace.
23. They now face the prospect of having to wear a cycling helmet by law.
24. Travelling alone around the world is a daunting prospect.
25. While most people would blanch at the prospect of so much work, Daniels seems to enjoy it.
26. She's relishing the prospect of studying in Bologna for six months.
27. He was undismayed by the prospect of failure.
28. The failures and reverses which await men - and one after another sadden the brow of youth - add a dignity to the prospect of human life, which no Arcadian success would do.
29. The mere mention of the words "heart failure", can conjure up, to the layman, the prospect of imminent death.
30. From the top of the hill there's a beautiful prospect over the valley.
More similar words: introspectintrospectionaspectsuspectspectruminspectorspectacleinspectionperspectivespectacularrespectivelywith respect toirrespective ofto speak ofso to speakspecialspeciesspecifyspecificexpectprosecutorspeculatespecialtyespeciallyprosecutionspecializespecialistexpectedspeculationspecifically
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