- How do you use probably in a will?
- What is the difference between probably and likely?
- What is another word for most likely?
- What can I say instead of most likely?
- What does likey mean?
- Does probably mean yes or no?
- What is another word for would?
- What is the meaning of less likely?
- Is it more likely or most likely?
- What is the meaning most likely?
- Is highly likely correct?
- What does ostensibly mean in English?
- What is another word for most?
- Will be likely to meaning?
- What percentage does probably mean?
- What does likely mean in statistics?
- What word means likely to do things?
- How do you use most likely?
- Who is more likely to mean?
- What should I say instead of due?
- Is it likely to grammar?
How do you use probably in a will?
You use probably to say that a statement is very likely to be true.
With a verb phrase consisting of an auxiliary verb and a main verb, put probably after the auxiliary verb.
For example, say ‘He will probably come soon’.
Don’t say ‘He probably will come soon’..
What is the difference between probably and likely?
Probably is an adverb, so it describes the manner in which a verb is performed. … Likely can be an adverb as well, but its distinguishing feature is that it often acts as an adjective, a function probably cannot perform. When it acts as an adjective, likely must describe something.
What is another word for most likely?
Similar words for most likely:logical (adjective)probable (adjective)apparently (adverb)likely (adverb)ostensively (adverb)presumably (adverb)probably (adverb)no doubt (noun)More items…
What can I say instead of most likely?
more probableostensible.plausible.possible.presumable.presumed.rational.reasonable.seeming.More items…
What does likey mean?
(Cantonese) to like; to be fond of; to approve of quotations ▼
Does probably mean yes or no?
Probably means most likely – more yes than no. Conversely, you could say “probably not” to mean more no than yes.
What is another word for would?
Would Synonyms – WordHippo Thesaurus….What is another word for would?couldcanmaymightis able to
What is the meaning of less likely?
Less likely means that the possibility of something is less than the possibility of another thing.
Is it more likely or most likely?
In this case “more likely” relates to greater while “most likely” relates to greatest. Because “more” is used when comparing two people, you would say: Janus is more likely to commit crime than Mike because Janus has a history of mania.
What is the meaning most likely?
: more likely than not : probably It will most likely rain tomorrow.
Is highly likely correct?
Djalma – No, your concern is not exagerated: some things, while grammatically correct, can sound clumsy. However, in this case the terms “highly likely” is quite usual. In fact, often in quizzes, polls etc. one is asked to consider it as a choice category and to rank responses as either “Unlikely” ‘Highly likely” etc.
What does ostensibly mean in English?
1 : in an ostensible manner. 2 : to all outward appearances.
What is another word for most?
Will be likely to meaning?
Be likely to allows us to express a probable action: It’s likely to rain tomorrow. It is probably going to rain tomorrow.
What percentage does probably mean?
You can’t say “probably” means 80% chance while “likely” means 70% and “maybe” means 40% or any such. I’d quibble with the definition you quote: People often say “probably” meaning “more like than not, over 50% chance”, far from “almost certainly”. I’d say anything over 50% could be called “probably”. –
What does likely mean in statistics?
The chance that something will happen. How likely it is that some event will occur. Sometimes we can measure a probability with a number like “10% chance”, or we can use words such as impossible, unlikely, possible, even chance, likely and certain. Example: “It is unlikely to rain tomorrow”.
What word means likely to do things?
promising probable likeliness likelihood possible liable apt. Antonyms. unlikely unlikeliness impossible unlikelihood impractical.
How do you use most likely?
When something is “most likely” it’s just very likely. But “the most likely” must be followed by the word or phrase it modifies, to express that of all alternatives, that one is that of highest probability. Thus: “We’ll most likely meet tomorrow.”
Who is more likely to mean?
‘More likely’ means the chances of a particular event happening is very high. The probability is very high. Eg. It is more likely that Roger Federer would win the match.
What should I say instead of due?
Often, ‘because’ or ‘because of’ should be used instead. If you could substitute ‘attributable to’, ’caused by’ or ‘resulting from’ for ‘due to’ in your sentence, then you have probably used ‘due to’ correctly.
Is it likely to grammar?
Be likely + to -infinitive and it is likely + that -clause are used for future events which are probably going to happen: Smokers are more likely to develop lung cancer compared to non-smokers. It is likely that he will win the race.