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probable likely to occur or be true. [2 definitions]
probable cause a reasonable basis for believing that a person is guilty of a crime.
probably quite likely; almost certainly.
probate the legal establishing of a will as authentic, valid, and binding. [3 definitions]
probate court a special court with jurisdiction over the probating of wills, the administration of estates, and the determination of guardians for minors and incompetents.
probation a trial period or process, as of one's qualifications or for redeeming past failures. [2 definitions]
probationer one who is on or subject to probation.
probation officer a court-appointed official who supervises persons, including convicts, who are on probation.
probative serving or designed to test or prove. [2 definitions]
probe to delve into deeply or thoroughly. [6 definitions]
probity proven trustworthiness; honesty; integrity.
problem a question or circumstance that causes difficulty or uncertainty. [3 definitions]
problematic presenting difficulties or causing doubt; questionable.
pro bono of or indicating services, as by a lawyer or doctor, that are provided without payment for poor people, charitable organizations, or the like.
pro bono publico (Latin) for the public good.
proboscis a long flexible trunk or snout, esp. that of an elephant. [3 definitions]
procaine a synthetic white crystalline compound used as a local anesthetic.
procambium the growing layer in the tip of a plant's stem or root, from which the vascular tissue is formed.
procedure a way or act of proceeding. [3 definitions]
proceed to go forward or move on from a particular point. [6 definitions]
proceeding an action, course of action, or continuation of an action. [4 definitions]