Likelihood definition

Likelihood means the probability that an event will occur.
Likelihood means a chance of something happening1;
Likelihood means the degree or probability of success or failure expressed in general terms or in percentages.

Examples of Likelihood in a sentence

Characteristics of Initial Prescription Episodes and Likelihood of Long-Term Opioid Use — United States, 2006–2015.

Guidance on the Assessment of Corrosion Likelihood in Water Distribution and Storage Systems.

Likelihood of depositor loss.b. Gravity of the offense.c. Licensee’s intent to violate the rule.d. Licensee’s record of rule violations.e. Number of violations in the particular report.90.30(5) The bureau chief may initiate the assessment of civil penalties against the licensee for any violation of these rules.

Likelihood of depositor loss.b. Gravity of the offense.c. Licensee’s intent to violate the rule.d. Licensee’s record of violations of statute or rule.e. Number of violations in the particular report.90.30(4) The bureau chief may cause charges to be filed against the licensee for any violation of these rules.

Gravity of the offense.b. Likelihood of depositor loss.c. Length of time within which a reasonable licensee in a similar circumstance should be able to comply with the rule.90.30(3) The bureau chief may initiate license suspension or revocation proceedings against the licensee for any violation of these rules.


More Definitions of Likelihood

Likelihood means the probability that something will occur. Likelihood is generally expressed qualitatively or quantitatively.