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Meanings of Proaulion:

noun

A vestibule or forecourt in a church or temple; specifically a portico or colonnade opening into the narthex.

Meanings of Proavian:

adjective

Of or relating to a hypothetical animal forming an evolutionary link between fossil reptiles and fossil birds.

noun

A proavian animal. compare earlier proavis , and protobird .

Meanings of Proavis:

noun

= proavian .

Meanings of Prob:

noun

A problem.

Usage examples:

There's no prob
adverb

Probably.

Usage examples:

She prob looks lovely without make-up
short form

Used in informal speech and writing as a short form of "problem"

Usage examples:

I'll do it first thing in the morning, no prob!, use the code below, this should not be a prob., no…

Meanings of Probabiliorism:

noun

In moral theology: the theory that, in cases of doubt concerning the binding character of a law or the permissibility of an act, a person should follow the most probable of the available opinions, or the side on which the evidence preponderates. opposed to "probabilism".

Meanings of Probabiliorist:

noun

An adherent of the theory of probabiliorism.

Meanings of Probabilistic:

adjective

Based on or adapted to a theory of probability; subject to or involving chance variation.

Usage examples:

The main approaches are either rule-based or probabilistic

Meanings of Probabilistically:

adverb

In a way that is based on or relates to how likely it is that something will happen

Usage examples:

Humans do not think probabilistically, especially at the upper and lower ends of the probability sc…

Probabilities

prɒbəˈbɪlɪti

Meanings of Probabilities:

noun

The quality or state of being probable; the extent to which something is likely to happen or be the case.

Usage examples:

The rain will make the probability of a postponement even greater

Meanings of Probability:

noun

The quality or state of being probable; the extent to which something is likely to happen or be the case.

Usage examples:

The rain will make the probability of a postponement even greater

Meanings of Probabilize:

verb

To make probable or likely.

Probable

ˈprɒb.ə.bəl

Meanings of Probable:

adjective

Likely to happen or be the case.

Usage examples:

It is probable that the economic situation will deteriorate further
noun

A person who is likely to become or do something, especially one who is likely to be chosen for a team.

Usage examples:

Merson and wright are probables

Meanings of Probableness:

noun

The quality or fact of being probable; probability, likelihood; plausibility.

Probably

ˈprɒbəbli

Meanings of Probably:

adverb

Almost certainly; as far as one knows or can tell.

Usage examples:

She would probably never see him again

Proband

ˈprəʊbənd

Meanings of Proband:

noun

A person serving as the starting point for the genetic study of a family.

Usage examples:

Furthermore, all these approaches are unable to handle trios with missing genotypic information on …

Probandi

prə(ʊ)ˈbandʌɪ

Meanings of Probandi:

noun

The obligation to prove an assertion or allegation that one makes; the burden of proof.

Probands

ˈprəʊbənd

Meanings of Probands:

noun

A person serving as the starting point for the genetic study of a family.

Usage examples:

Furthermore, all these approaches are unable to handle trios with missing genotypic information on …

Meanings of Probang:

noun

A strip of flexible material with a sponge or tuft at the end, used to remove an object from the throat or apply medication to it.

Probangs

ˈprəʊbaŋ

Meanings of Probangs:

noun

A strip of flexible material with a sponge or tuft at the end, used to remove an object from the throat or apply medication to it.

Probate

ˈprəʊ.beɪt

Meanings of Probate:

noun

The official proving of a will.

Usage examples:

The house has been valued for probate
verb

Establish the validity of (a will).

Usage examples:

You will either need to conduct a normal probate, commonly known as an independent administration, …

Meanings of Probated:

verb

Establish the validity of (a will).

Usage examples:

You will either need to conduct a normal probate, commonly known as an independent administration, …
noun

The official proving of a will.

Usage examples:

The house has been valued for probate

Meanings of Probates:

noun

The official proving of a will.

Usage examples:

The house has been valued for probate
verb

Establish the validity of (a will).

Usage examples:

You will either need to conduct a normal probate, commonly known as an independent administration, …

Probating

ˈprəʊ.beɪt

Meanings of Probating:

verb

Establish the validity of (a will).

Usage examples:

You will either need to conduct a normal probate, commonly known as an independent administration, …
noun

The official proving of a will.

Usage examples:

The house has been valued for probate

Probation

prəˈbeɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Probation:

noun

The release of an offender from detention, subject to a period of good behaviour under supervision.

Usage examples:

I went to court and was put on probation

Meanings of Probational:

adjective

Relating to the period during which a new employee is being watched closely to see if they are suitable for their job

Usage examples:

The administration will more closely scrutinize teachers during the three-year probationary period …

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