good prospect

See: likelihood
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Since you're likely to have rather a smoky, unpleasant time of it at Newcastle for the next few weeks, you'll want a good prospect of some sort to keep up your spirits."
'Those are not good prospects for a painter,' said Clennam.
He was left with good prospects, but he threw away his chances, lived for some time in poverty with occasional short intervals of prosperity, and finally, taking to drink, he died.
"He is learning all the time but he looks a good prospect and we have high hopes of him going a long way in the competition."
DENMEAD (Dan Skelton) THE five-year-old looks a good prospect after a winning debut following his move to Dan Skelton's stable.
"We are talking about an English player and a young player -- he is a good prospect for Chelsea.
If only 1 percent of investors found Iran a good prospect and acted on that, Iran would be swamped with investment funds.
But he may have been such a good prospect that it was worth taking the risk.
"Sam is a big human being and a good prospect who feels he wants to start playing some rugby.
While we wholeheartedly agree with your statement about the building's beauty, it is no longer accurate to say it's "chronically under-occupied." There has been good leasing activity, and we continue to develop good prospect activity for this Class A office building.
"We think this field is a good prospect," Pietro Cavanna, Edison`s head of oil and gas assets, told Reuters.
'Firstly do I have a reasonable good prospect of winning, and secondly do I have a reasonably good prospect of winning with a party that will change in the way I would like to see it change.