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Noun
(mass noun) An unrealized ability that may be developed and lead to success or something greater
“The introduction of soil conservation techniques has improved the prospect of farming in the region.”
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That to which any person or thing is destined
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(archaic, usually in plural form "expectations") One's prospects of inheritance
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A range of possible options
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One's financial status or position
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A forecast of the future course of a disease or disorder, based on medical knowledge
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Address list
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Thoughts that occupy one's mind
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Circumstances or matters that are unspecified
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Plural for the possibility or likelihood of some future event occurring
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“There is little prospect of having these difficult questions answered.”
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Plural for a mental picture of a future or anticipated event
“It would be unsatisfactory if the prospect of some future challenge caused public development schemes to be suspended.”
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Plural for an extensive view of a landscape
“A steep path leads to the summit where hikers can enjoy the fresh air and the magnificent prospect of the sea and mountains.”
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Plural for one who aspires to a position, office or award
“Her command of the language makes her an excellent prospect for the position of editor.”
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Plural for a chance or possibility for progress or profit
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Plural for an intention for which something is hoped to be accomplished
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Plural for general status
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Plural for the state of affairs of someone or something
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Plural for a given aspect, feature, or detail
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Plural for the quality of seeming reasonable or probable
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Plural for the action of expecting something
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Plural for someone who purchases
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Plural for the positioning of a building or other structure in a particular direction
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Plural for a distinct treatment or approach towards something
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To search (an area) for something, especially mineral deposits
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“Within the state of Colorado, there are numerous areas where one can prospect for gold.”
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(in a place) To look thoroughly for something
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