Examples of More likely than not in a sentence
More likely than not, such reimbursable agreements will involve reimbursement of some percentage of overall costs.
More likely than not, the SI poses a potential threat to vulnerable individuals, based on a preliminary fitness determination and weighing test; (B) The SI’s most recent background check under these rules or other Department or Authority criminal records check rules or abuse check rules resulted in a denial; or (C) The SI is currently involved in contesting a background check under these or other Department or Authority criminal records check rules or abuse check rules.
More likely than not you will be in a program with other American students and will be free to speak English as much as you want outside of class and/or your homestay.
More likely than not, this is in part because gay sex has been criminalized in Barbados, thus focusing the recent debate more on the decriminalization of homosexuality rather than on the extension of marriage rights to same-sex couples.
More likely than not means a probability that is a greater than a 50% chance.34 R v Taylor (1992), 17 CR (4th) 371 (ONCA); as cited in Schneider, supra note 276 at 438.35 See Bloom & Schneider, supra note 31 at 76-78 for further discussion of this issue.