Definition of likeliness in US English:



  • See likely

    • ‘Yet another problem is the high degree of likeliness that a defendant possibly subject to the death penalty if found guilty will be found guilty.’
    • ‘However, the subjects in this study had a mean age of approximately 83 years and lived in an assisted living facility where there is a decreased likeliness that they would regularly interact with dogs.’
    • ‘Without doubt, our likeliness to share personal stories and anecdotes makes for close relationships which have their own rewards.’
    • ‘A final possibility centres around a likeliness that exercise success here was more due to the presence of fun and enjoyment, than the use of distraction.’
    • ‘These questions address different aspects of confidence relating to the size of bribes, the possibility of additional requests, and the likeliness of opportunism.’