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  • 21Second Chance Loan — A type of loan associated with subprime lending and borrowers with a tainted credit history. Second chance loans offer a borrower a chance to rebuild their credit history. Although subprime loans might have a typical term to maturity (30 years of …

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  • 22sporting chance — an even or fair opportunity for a favorable outcome in an enterprise, as winning in a game of chance or in any kind of contest: They gave the less experienced players a sporting chance by handicapping the experts. [1895 1900] * * * …

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  • 23Anexo:Personajes de Sonny with a Chance — Listado de personajes de la serie Sonny with a Chance. Contenido 1 Personajes principales 1.1 Allison Sunny Munroe 1.2 Tawni Hart 1.3 Chad Dylan Cooper …

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  • 24Être né sous un astre favorable — ● Être né sous un astre favorable avoir de la chance …

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  • 25La chance me sourit — ● La chance me sourit le sort m (t , lui, etc.) est favorable …

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  • 26sporting chance — sport′ing chance′ n. a fair opportunity for a favorable outcome in an enterprise • Etymology: 1895–1900 …

    From formal English to slang

  • 27BONHEUR — Tout homme veut être heureux, et cela suffit peut être à définir, au moins provisoirement, le bonheur: il est ce que chacun désire, non en vue d’une autre chose (comme on désire l’argent pour le luxe ou le luxe pour le plaisir) mais pour lui même …

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  • 28Probability — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Probability >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 probability probability likelihood Sgm: N 1 credibleness credibleness Sgm: N 1 likeliness likeliness &c. >Adj. GRP: N 2 Sgm: N 2 vraisemblance vraisemblance …

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  • 29probability — n 1. likelihood, likeliness, liability, law of averages; expectation, outlook, prospect, distinct possibility; appearance of truth, verisimilitude; chance, possibility, mathematical probability, plausibility, aptitude; good chance, eventuality,… …

    A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • 30possibility — n chance, prospect, potentiality, realm of possibility, conceivability, conceivableness; feasibility, workability, practicability; risk, hazard, gamble, off chance, outside chance, rare chance; good chance, favorable chance, odds on chance,… …

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  • 31likelihood — I noun anticipation, chance, conceivability, conceivableness, confident expectation, excellent prospect, expectance, expectancy, expectation, fair chance, fair prospect, favorable chance, favorable prospect, good chance, good prospect, likeliness …

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  • 32opportunity — I noun auspiciousness, chance, convenience, copia, fair chance, favorable chance, favorable time, fit time, fitting occasion, fitting time, fortuity, good chance, good fortune, hap, liberty, luck, occasio, occasion, opening, opportune moment,… …

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  • 33likelihood — n probability, liability, likeliness, verisimilitude, distinct possibility; good chance, favorable chance, odds on chance, good prospect, favorable prospect, well grounded hope …

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  • 34prospect — n 1.Usu. prospects probability, likelihood, likeliness, liability, outlook for the future; distinct possibility, possibility, chance, good chance, even or fair chance; favorable chance, well grounded hope, great expectation; off chance, outside… …

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  • 35probability — I noun anticipation, appearance of truth, believability, chance, conceivability, credibility, credibleness, expectation, fair chance, fair expectation, favorable chance, liability, liableness, likelihood, likeliness, odds, ostensibility,… …

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  • 36probability — n. 1. Likelihood, presumption, appearance of truth, fair chance, favorable chance. 2. Verisimilitude, likeliness, credibleness …

    New dictionary of synonyms

  • 37Fortunate — For tu*nate (?; 135), a. [L. fortunatus, p. p. of fortunare to make fortunate or prosperous, fr. fortuna. See {Fortune}, n.] 1. Coming by good luck or favorable chance; bringing some good thing not foreseen as certain; presaging happiness;… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 38fortunate — adjective a) Coming by good luck or favorable chance. a fortunate event b) Bringing some good thing not foreseen as certain. a fortunate concurrence of circumstances Syn …

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  • 39opening — [ō′pə niŋ΄, ōp′niŋ΄] n. [ME openyng] 1. a becoming open or causing to be open 2. an open place or part; hole; gap; aperture ☆ 3. a clearing in the midst of a wooded area 4. a) a beginning; first part; commencement b) start …

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  • 40nap hand — noun Etymology: nap (VII) : a favorable chance that invites the taking of risks * * * nap hand noun 1. A series of five wins 2. A situation in which a risk seems worth taking • • • Main Entry: ↑nap * * * …

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