unlikelihood[ uhn-lahyk-lee-hoo d ]SEE DEFINITION OF unlikelihood
Synonyms for unlikelihood | as indark horse
- long shot
- hundred-to-one shot
- little chance
- little opportunity
- outside chance
- outside shot
- poor bet
- poor lookout
- poor possibility
- poor prognosis
- poor prospect
- slim chance
- small chance
- stalking horse
- unexpected winner
- unknown quantity
- unlikely winner
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNLIKELIHOOD
The priori likelihood or unlikelihood of a Kelt-iberic mixture.
The impossibilities of place, the unlikelihood of circumstances, the most incredible disguises will not lead him astray.
We are affrighted at unlikelihood; and, as in this case, the greatest unlikelihood often proves to be the truth.
Then the unlikelihood of the conclusion came, and he wondered whether they had really been there.
Yet there is a final wail of despair at the unlikelihood of any change for good being effected.
The extremes are the best; the former for their intrinsic value, the latter from their unlikelihood to mislead.
The good-natured smile that passed between them, proved the unlikelihood of this, and Old Salt went on.
The unlikelihood of the derivation lies in the modification of the sounds, and I felt that unlikelihood as you have done.
In the unlikelihood of there being such a person, I could speak of Monsieur de Merri without much danger of suspicion.
And that actually before him seemed, from its very novelty, to incur a suspicion of unlikelihood.