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Likelyhood vs. Likelihood

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Likelyhoodnoun

misspelling of likelihood

Likelihoodnoun

The probability of a specified outcome; the chance of something happening; probability; the state or degree of being probable.

‘In all likelihood the meeting will be cancelled.’; ‘The likelihood is that the inflation rate will continue to rise.’;

Likelihoodnoun

(statistics) The probability that some fixed outcome was generated by a random distribution with a specific parameter.

Likelihoodnoun

Likeness, resemblance.

‘"There is no likelihood between pure light and black darkness, or between righteousness and reprobation." (Sir W. Raleigh)’;

Likelihoodnoun

(archaic) Appearance, show, sign, expression.

‘"What of his heart perceive you in his face by any likelihood he showed to-day ?" (Shak)’;

Likelihoodnoun

Appearance; show; sign; expression.

‘What of his heart perceive you in his faceBy any likelihood he showed to-day ?’;

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Likelihoodnoun

Likeness; resemblance.

‘There is no likelihood between pure light and black darkness, or between righteousness and reprobation.’;

Likelihoodnoun

Appearance of truth or reality; probability; verisimilitude.

Likelihoodnoun

Statistical probability; probability of being true or of occurring in the future; as, the likelihood of being abducted by aliens is close to zero..

Likelihoodnoun

the probability of a specified outcome

Likelihoodnoun

the state or fact of something's being likely; probability

‘situations where there is a likelihood of violence’; ‘young people who can see no likelihood of finding employment’;

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