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All achievability synonyms

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noun achievability

  • feasibility β€” capable of being done, effected, or accomplished: a feasible plan.
  • action β€” Action is doing something for a particular purpose.
  • circumstance β€” The circumstances of a particular situation are the conditions which affect what happens.
  • hazard β€” an unavoidable danger or risk, even though often foreseeable: The job was full of hazards.
  • hope β€” Anthony, pen name of Sir Anthony Hope Hawkins.
  • incident β€” an individual occurrence or event.
  • opportunity β€” an appropriate or favorable time or occasion: Their meeting afforded an opportunity to exchange views.
  • probability β€” the quality or fact of being probable.
  • prospect β€” Usually, prospects. an apparent probability of advancement, success, profit, etc. the outlook for the future: good business prospects.
  • risk β€” exposure to the chance of injury or loss; a hazard or dangerous chance: It's not worth the risk.
  • break β€” When an object breaks or when you break it, it suddenly separates into two or more pieces, often because it has been hit or dropped.
  • contingency β€” A contingency is something that might happen in the future.
  • fling β€” to throw, cast, or hurl with force or violence: to fling a stone.
  • fluke β€” any of several American flounders of the genus Paralichthys, especially P. dentatus, found in the Atlantic Ocean.
  • fortuity β€” the state or quality of being fortuitous; fortuitous character.
  • happening β€” something that happens; occurrence; event.
  • instance β€” a case or occurrence of anything: fresh instances of oppression.
  • liability β€” liabilities. moneys owed; debts or pecuniary obligations (opposed to assets). Accounting. liabilities as detailed on a balance sheet, especially in relation to assets and capital.
  • likeliness β€” the state of being likely or probable; probability.
  • occasion β€” a particular time, especially as marked by certain circumstances or occurrences: They met on three occasions.
  • occurrence β€” the action, fact, or instance of occurring.
  • odds β€” something that is odd.
  • plausibility β€” having an appearance of truth or reason; seemingly worthy of approval or acceptance; credible; believable: a plausible excuse; a plausible plot.
  • play β€” a dramatic composition or piece; drama.
  • potentiality β€” the state or quality of being potential.
  • practicability β€” capable of being done, effected, or put into practice, with the available means; feasible: a practicable solution.
  • prayer β€” a person who prays.
  • shot β€” a discharge of a firearm, bow, etc.
  • stab β€” to pierce or wound with or as if with a pointed weapon: She stabbed a piece of chicken with her fork.
  • fair shake β€” an equitable opportunity or treatment: The judges promised that every entrant in the contest would get a fair shake.
  • fifty-fifty β€” equally good and bad, likely and unlikely, favorable and unfavorable, etc.: a fifty-fifty chance of winning.
  • outside chance β€” a slight chance or likelihood
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