This, they reckon, will increase the likelihood that a chance encounter will prove valuable.
The likelihood of that happening would be roughly the same.
As the likelihood of suspensions increases, students' chances of making it to college decrease.
They can also explore their genetic likelihood of developing deep-vein thrombosis, skin cancer or glaucoma.
There is no tested science in support of the claim of increased likelihood of severe weather.
The actual likelihood of getting hired depends on the school you attend and the demand for people in your area.
The map could be used to forecast the likelihood of the giant waves' appearance.
The study also said the likelihood of interference is low.
He may even have accepted the likelihood of separation.
Reusing plastic drink bottles is not recommended, as it increases the likelihood of impurities due to the introduction.
British Dictionary definitions for likelihood
the condition of being likely or probable; probability
something that is probable
(statistics) the probability of a given sample being randomly drawn regarded as a function of the parameters of the population. The likelihood ratio is the ratio of this to the maximized likelihood See also maximum likelihood