- How do you say no matter?
- Will happen other words?
- What’s another word for occur?
- What is it called when you expect something to happen?
- What is it called when you don’t expect something to happen?
- What Expect means?
- What is the past tense of expect?
- What ensue means?
- What can I say instead of no matter what?
- How do you say most likely?
- What’s the meaning of most likely?
- What is another word for despite?
- What is a word for going to happen?
- How do you use most likely?
- How else could you say asleep?
- What is the synonym of scared?
- What is the opposite of happened?
- What’s another word for regardless?
- What can I say instead of more likely?
- What materialize means?
- What word rhymes with happened?
How do you say no matter?
no matter what / synonymsregardless.
& adj.come what may.
& adv.be that as it may.
phr.in any event.
& adv.at any cost.
& adj.in spite of everything.
& adv.despite everything.
Will happen other words?
Synonyms forappear.arise.develop.fall.go on.hit.materialize.transpire.
What’s another word for occur?
Find another word for occur. In this page you can discover 25 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for occur, like: happen, come, appear, hap, fall, take-place, hit, befall, exist, materialize and betide.
What is it called when you expect something to happen?
anticipate. verb. to think that something will probably happen.
What is it called when you don’t expect something to happen?
improbable. adjective. not likely to happen or to be true.
What Expect means?
: to think that something will probably or certainly happen. : to think that (someone or something) will arrive or that (something) will happen. : to consider (something) to be reasonable, required, or necessary.
What is the past tense of expect?
expect Definitions and Synonyms present tensehe/she/itexpectspresent participleexpectingpast tenseexpectedpast participleexpected1 more row
What ensue means?
to follow in order; come afterward, especially in immediate succession: As the days ensued, he recovered his strength. to follow as a consequence; result: When those two friends meet, a battle of wits ensues.
What can I say instead of no matter what?
Synonyms foranyway.nevertheless.against.although.aside from.but.despite.nonetheless.
How do you say most likely?
most likely / synonymsprobably. adv.in all probability. phr. & idi.most probably. phr.very likely. phr.in all likelihood. phr. & idi.undoubtedly. adv.no doubt. phr.probable.More items…
What’s the meaning of most likely?
: more likely than not : probably It will most likely rain tomorrow.
What is another word for despite?
What is another word for despite?regardless ofin spite ofeven thougheven withfor allin contempt ofin defiance ofin the face ofnotwithstandingundeterred by30 more rows
What is a word for going to happen?
Inevitable comes from the Latin word inevitabilis, which means unavoidable. If you say something is inevitable, you give the sense that no matter what scheme you come up with to get around it, it’s going to happen sooner or later.
How do you use most likely?
When something is “most likely” it’s just very likely. But “the most likely” must be followed by the word or phrase it modifies, to express that of all alternatives, that one is that of highest probability. Thus: “We’ll most likely meet tomorrow.”
How else could you say asleep?
What is another word for asleep?nappingsleepingsoundly asleepstretched outzonked outlying downsoundfastsupineaestivating31 more rows
What is the synonym of scared?
In this page you can discover 33 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for scared, like: afraid, frightened, startled, calm, terrified, unafraid, encouraged, petrified, fearful, confident and appalled.
What is the opposite of happened?
Opposite of to happen, transpire, or take place. cease. disappear. fail. halt.
What’s another word for regardless?
SYNONYMS FOR regardless 1 inattentive, negligent, neglectful, indifferent, unconcerned.
What can I say instead of more likely?
What is another word for most likely?probablelikelypredisposedpromisinginclineddestinedinferablepronetruedistinctly possible84 more rows
What materialize means?
verb (used without object), ma·te·ri·al·ized, ma·te·ri·al·iz·ing. to come into perceptible existence; appear; become actual or real; be realized or carried out: Our plans never materialized. to assume material or bodily form; become corporeal: The ghost materialized before Hamlet.
What word rhymes with happened?
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