Stacey Missmer, et al. “A prospective Study of Dietary Fat Consumption and Endometriosis Risk.”
prospective justices studied these hearings and are today skilled in the art of boring us to tears.
Noll, Jennie G., et al. “Obesity Risk for Female Victims of Childhood Sexual Abuse: A prospective Study.”
Michael Leitzmann, et al. “A prospective Study of Coffee Consumption and the Risk of Symptomatic Gallstone Disease in Men.”
J.E. Chavarro, et al. “A prospective Study of Dairy Foods Intake and Anovulatory Infertility.”
prospective lessees who had taken the trouble to inquire about the rental had learned that it was so high as to be prohibitive.
prospective Employer: I suppose you have some experience of live stock?
prospective passengers and their friends moved about chatting, or saying good-bye.
prospective readers, running their eyes over a printed page, object to the solid block formation of the descriptive passage.
prospective visitors who wish to see more than the exterior must make preliminary inquiries.
1580s, from obsolete French prospectif and directly from Medieval Latin prospectivus "affording a prospect; pertaining to a prospect," from Latin prospect-, past participle stem of prospicere (see prospect (n.)). In 17c. also as a noun, "spy glass, telescope." Related: Prospectively.