scenario

[ si-nair-ee-oh, -nahr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF scenario

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SCENARIO

Tell me, now: Do you think you could assist me upon occasion in the preparation of a scenario?

And on the way up towards the park I gets the scenario of the acts I'd missed.

"I'll have to think up some sort of a scenario to go with it," the manager said.

I think we can make use of it, though it wasn't in the scenario.

I have only written in order that I may get the scenario—which had begun to haunt me—off my chest.

The globality of human praxis is not a scenario invented by some entrepreneur.

Do you suppose they will haze you, Ruth, just because you wrote that scenario?

Tom Blacker chuckled, and slipped the scenario back into the envelope.

But in this case it seemed that the scenario writer had been altogether too secret.

Not that Ruth would have desired to acknowledge the scenario in its present form.

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