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Adjective: probable  pró-bu-bul
  1. Having a high chance to be (or become) true or real
    "he foresaw a probable loss";
    - likely
  2. Apparently destined
    "the probable consequences of going ahead with the scheme"
Noun: probable  pró-bu-bul
  1. An applicant likely to be chosen

Derived forms: probables

See also: equiprobable, likely, presumptive, verisimilar

Type of: applicant, applier

Antonym: improbable

Encyclopedia: Probable