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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to possible:   (485 results)

Antonyms:
actual, existent, impossible

Often used in the same context:
practicable, feasible, potential, necessary, probable, conceivable, appropriate, inevitable, plausible, sure, advisable, viable, eventual, imperative, such, unlikely, acceptable, imminent, desirable, soonest, unadvisable, unavoidable, future, realistic, definite, obvious, further, expedient, painless, likeliest, clear, aware, logical, worthwhile, prompt, thinkable, amenable, expeditious, reasonable, helpful, credible, surefire, sensible, earliest, easiest, preferable, impossible, prudent, important, mitigatory, bargaining chip, attainable, serious, well, impending, advantageous, useful, would, achievable, convenient, legitimate, practical, certain, suitable, immediate, workable, planned, justifiable, manageable, difficult, beneficial, relevant, specific, effective, obtainable, apparent, premature, doable, available, publicized, imaginable, accomplishable, undesirable, unfeasible, permissible, safe, able, prospective, undesired, ongoing, minimal, remediable, permanent, optimal, problematic, untoward, other, alterative, satisfactory, definitive, wisest, hypothetical, blessedness, commensurate, justification, use, utility, advan, altitude, avail, benefit, chances, comfort, comforts, contingency, correspond, customization, desirability, deterrence, devolution, effect, possihle, sible, likely, suggested, unforeseeable, predictable, suggest, ble, nongenetic, significant, unacceptable, alternative, ascertainable, hypothesized

Appears in the definition of:
., absence, absolute, accomplishable, achievable, actual, adroit, against the clock, against time, allocable, allocatable, allow, allowable, ambiguous, answerable, anxious, anxiousness, apportionable, apprehensive, areflexia, argus-eyed, articulation, asap, ascendable, ascendible, asceticism, assisted suicide, as much as possible, backing, basic, battlesight, battle sight, bayes' theorem, beat, bipedalism, blind trust, boskop man, boundary, bounds, brainstorming, brim, bring about, broad jump, burnable, canonic, canonical, capacity, carefulness, carelessly, caution, cautiousness, changeable, changeful, channel, chock, chock-a-block, classifiable, climbable, close-hauled, cogitable, conceivable, concentrated, conclusive, conodont, conspirative, contingence, contingency, contingent, copy out, counterterrorist center, crowninga, ctc, curable, cycliophora, cy pres, cy pres doctrine, danger, deadhead, deadlock, dead end, de forest, diagnosable, disavowable, discus, disquiet, distinctive, distinctly, distribution channel, doable, donated, do one's best, dryopithecine, edward the elder, eleventh hour, embark, energy level, envision, escape, esperanto, eventuality, existent, extreme, extremum, fast break, fear, fertile period, fertile phase, financial backing, financial support, fixation, fixing, flammable, foresee, fractional, full, funding, gamble, genus xerobates, give one's best, golf, golf game, go all out, gridlock, guess, gutsiness, hammer, hammer throw, hand and foot, hard, haste, hastiness, hazard, hightail, high jump, high time, hold, hold back, humanly, hurriedness, hurry, identifiable, ignitable, ignitible, imaginable, impasse, impossibly, incaution, incautiousness, indecision, indecisiveness, inflammable, inscribe, investigate, in the nick of time, irreplaceable, irresolution, isthmus of corinth, javelin, just in time, keep back, larghissimo, last minute, lead, lee de forest, let, level best, life-support system, life support, limit, limitation, long jump, loophole, lower limit, maina, mathematical, maximal, maximation, maximisation, maximise, maximising, maximization, maximize, maximizing, maximum, measurable, mensurable, milk, minimal, minimisation, minimization, minimized, minimum, moral hazard, myelography, neutralisation, neutralization, nickel-and-dime, omissible, open-eyed, opening, opportunist, opportunistic, optimal, optimistic, optimum, optional, outermost, outmost, outspoken, painless, pass, peak, pelvimetry, penny-pinch, peril, permit, permitted, pessimistic, petit mal epilepsy, phase ii, phase ii clinical trial, phylum cycliophora, placeable, pluck, pluckiness, plumbable, ponderable, possibility, possible action, possibly, post-haste, precautional, precautionary, precipitation, preclinical, predictable, prestissimo, presymptomatic, pretend, profit-maximising, profit-maximizing, quantise, quantize, race, real, realizable, recite, reclaimable, recognisable, recognizable, recyclable, remediable, remotely, reserve assets, resolvable, retain, reusable, risk, rule of cy pres, salable, saleable, satiable, satisfiable, saturate, saturated, scalable, scenario, self-insurance, sex chromatin, shot put, solvable, soundable, stalemate, standstill, subjunctive, subjunctive mood, succinctly, supersaturated, support, sustain, tangible, teleconference, teleconferencing, terminable, tetanus antitoxin, tetanus immune globulin, tetanus immunoglobulin, the father of radio, timeserving, top, top-flight, top-hole, topping, track, trail, transaction, triode, unanalyzable, unappealing, unclassifiable, undecomposable, undeniable, undiagnosable, unglazed, unscalable, upper limit, utmost, utmosta, uttermost, uttermosta, venture, vigilant, visionary, wakeful, warm, watchful, wide, xerobates

More general:
applicant, applier, opening, possibility, possible action

Synonyms:
accomplishable, achievable, affirmable, allegeable, assertable, attainable, attemptable, come-at-able, conceivable, contingent, doable, feasible, getable, gettable, imaginable, latent, mathematical, potential, practicable, realizable, researchable, thinkable, viable, workable

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— Nouns for possible: way, effects, explanation, exception, solutions, causes, combinations, ways, use, values, role, more...

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See possible used in context: 100 poetry verses, 46 Shakespeare works, 9 quotations, 14 Bible passages, 318 definitions

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