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Prospect vs. Tableau

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Prospectnoun

The region which the eye overlooks at one time; view; scene; outlook.

Tableaunoun

A striking and vivid representation; a picture.

Prospectnoun

A picturesque or panoramic view; a landscape; hence, a sketch of a landscape.

Tableaunoun

A vivid graphic scene of a group of people arranged as in a painting or bas relief sculpture.

Prospectnoun

A position affording a fine view; a lookout.

Tableaunoun

Hence, an arrangement of actors in static positions on stage, having the effect of pointing up a particular moment in the drama, conventionally revealed by opening tableau curtains (known as "tabs").

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Prospectnoun

Relative position of the front of a building or other structure; face; relative aspect.

Tableaunoun

(mathematics) A table two-dimensional presentation of data.

Prospectnoun

The act of looking forward; foresight; anticipation.

Tableaunoun

A table that shows constraint violations of a list of candidates given an input and a constraint ranking.

Prospectnoun

The potential things that may come to pass, often favorable.

Tableaunoun

(card games) Mostly in solitaire card games, but also in other card and board games, the main area, where random cards can be arranged.

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Prospectnoun

A hope; a hopeful.

Tableaunoun

(logic) A semantic tableau.

Prospectnoun

(sports) Any player whose rights are owned by a top-level professional team, but who has yet to play a game for said team.

Tableaunoun

A striking and vivid representation; a picture.

Prospectnoun

(music) The façade of an organ.

Tableaunoun

A representation of some scene by means of persons grouped in the proper manner, placed in appropriate postures, and remaining silent and motionless.

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Prospectverb

(intransitive) To search, as for gold.

Tableaunoun

The arrangement, or layout, of cards.

Prospectverb

To determine which minerals or metals are present in a location.

Tableaunoun

a group of people attractively arranged (as if in a painting)

Prospectnoun

That which is embraced by eye in vision; the region which the eye overlooks at one time; view; scene; outlook.

‘His eye discovers unawareThe goodly prospect of some foreign land.’;

Tableaunoun

any dramatic scene

Prospectnoun

Especially, a picturesque or widely extended view; a landscape; hence, a sketch of a landscape.

‘I went to Putney . . . to take prospects in crayon.’;

Prospectnoun

A position affording a fine view; a lookout.

‘Him God beholding from his prospect high.’;

Prospectnoun

Relative position of the front of a building or other structure; face; relative aspect.

‘And their prospect was toward the south.’;

Prospectnoun

The act of looking forward; foresight; anticipation; as, a prospect of the future state.

‘Is he a prudent man as to his temporal estate, that lays designs only for a day, without any prospect to, or provision for, the remaining part of life ?’;

Prospectnoun

That which is hoped for; ground for hope or expectation; expectation; probable result; as, the prospect of success.

‘These swell their prospectsd exalt their pride,When offers are disdain'd, and love deny'd.’;

Prospectverb

To look over; to explore or examine for something; as, to prospect a district for gold.

Prospectverb

To make a search; to seek; to explore, as for mines or the like; as, to prospect for gold.

Prospectnoun

the possibility of future success;

‘his prospects as a writer are excellent’;

Prospectnoun

belief about (or mental picture of) the future

Prospectnoun

someone who is considered for something (for an office or prize or honor etc.)

Prospectnoun

the visual percept of a region;

‘the most desirable feature of the park are the beautiful views’;

Prospectnoun

a prediction of the course of a disease

Prospectverb

search for something desirable;

‘prospect a job’;

Prospectverb

explore for useful or valuable things or substances, such as minerals

Prospectnoun

the possibility or likelihood of some future event occurring

‘some training which offered a prospect of continuous employment’; ‘there was no prospect of a reconciliation’;

Prospectnoun

a mental picture of a future or anticipated event

‘this presents a disturbing prospect of one-party government’;

Prospectnoun

chances or opportunities for success or wealth

‘the poor prospects for the steel industry’;

Prospectnoun

a person regarded as likely to succeed or as a potential customer, client, etc.

‘Norwich's unbeaten heavyweight prospect’; ‘clients deemed likely prospects for active party membership’;

Prospectnoun

a place likely to yield mineral deposits

‘additional exploration prospects have been identified in this area’;

Prospectnoun

an extensive view of landscape

‘a viewpoint commanding a magnificent prospect of the estuary’;

Prospectverb

search for mineral deposits, especially by drilling and excavation

‘the company is also prospecting for gold’;

Prospectverb

search for; seek

‘many charities are prospecting for new donors’;

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