Likelihood [noun]

Definition of Likelihood:

chance of something happening

Opposite/Antonyms of Likelihood:

Sentence/Example of Likelihood:

We typically focus on the most trafficked pages to increase the likelihood of big, impactful wins.

That will also up the likelihood of uncovering material suitable for radiocarbon dating and revealing the age of the earthworks.

He says in all likelihood research will confirm the link to climate change in the future, even though there’s not enough evidence right now.

Not to mention, the likelihood that people can comfortably wear a mask while exercising heavily is pretty slim.

There is a high likelihood the adverse event will turn out not to be related to the vaccine, he said in an email.

If something bad happens, such as a disease or a lack of food, there’s a higher likelihood that some of the animals will carry genes that will protect them or help them adapt.

If you get that structural change, that’s when you’ve got a likelihood of real restructuring, of real forward-looking policies coming.

Policymakers have a role to play and can actively shape the likelihood and severity of supply chain shocks.

If there’s anything else in your pocket, the likelihood of dropping either your mask or that other item increases significantly.

Company executives have also recently floated the likelihood of branch closures and other spending reductions in an effort to save money.