Definition for possibility

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Another possibility is that SARS-CoV-2 is impacting the heart muscle in a way that cardiologists aren’t accustomed to, absent some of the usual signs of inflammation and stress.

As the elevator rose, Jody Potts wondered at the possibilities.

The name you’ll hear thrown around as a possibility to replace him is Chris Paul, who has a pricey deal but is on an Oklahoma City team that may be ready to fully pivot toward its youth movement.

While the watch was not perfectly accurate in my case, it still opens up the possibility for wheelchair users to improve their health outcomes.

Right now the project is in its first version, but Thio already sees more possibilities.

The possibility that the same outcome could happen another way -- namely a guy asks me out -- keeps me from taking action.

In a romantic relationship, facing humiliation or awkwardness is a strong possibility.

This suggests that places combining—but also maintaining—place and possibility have a lot to offer people.

This is a testament to the fundamental human—and American—desire to combine place and possibility.

But the way that Texas combines place and possibility will not be appealing to everyone.

"Yes, as there seems no possibility of making any more mistakes on our way, you are free," replied the gravest of the two.

All possibility of a general increase of wages depended on the relation of available capital to the numbers of the working men.

The Berlin exchange, while war was as yet only a dreaded possibility, rose from 20 m. 50 pf.

Many of those who are not on pay escape to India and other regions, without any possibility of avoiding it.

It was still in the verge of possibility that his son might seek his father in that dismal chamber.


On this page you'll find 68 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to possibility, such as: action, circumstance, hazard, hope, incident, and opportunity.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.