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adamant unlikely to change in response to any request or argument; firmly decided or fixed; unyielding. [1/3 definitions]
benedict a newly married man, esp. one who was previously thought unlikely to marry.
cock-and-bull story an improbable, absurd, or unlikely story.
dim unlikely or unfavorable. [1/9 definitions]
doubt to be uncertain about or believe unlikely. [1/6 definitions]
far-fetched improbable or unlikely; exaggerated; irrelevant.
futile unlikely to produce or incapable of producing a desired result; ineffective; useless. [1/2 definitions]
hypoallergenic unlikely to cause an allergic reaction.
improbability the condition or state of being unlikely to occur. [2 definitions]
improbable unlikely to occur or to be true.
kludge (slang) a clumsy, but successful, computer system improvised by combining unlikely parts.
nonsense used in response to something considered absurd, ridiculous, or highly unlikely to be true. [1/4 definitions]
out in left field (informal) a position or opinion that is untenable, unlikely, or wrong.
outside unlikely; improbable. [1/10 definitions]
pen pal a person who exchanges letters regularly with someone else usu. living so far away that a personal meeting is unlikely.
preposterous totally unlikely, unbelievable, or senseless; absurd.
should used to express the possibility of something happening although it is considered very unlikely (used in conditional clauses beginning with "if," or at the beginning of a clause, inverting with the subject, but having the same meaning as if the clause began with "if"). [1/5 definitions]
stalemate any situation in which a further action, offer, or the like is impossible or unlikely; deadlock. [1/4 definitions]
tall tale a story that is unlikely to be true and often involving elements that are clearly exaggerated.
Type B of, pertaining to, or designating a personality or a person characterized by serenity, relaxation, and contentment, and thus considered to be relatively unlikely to incur heart disease. (Cf. Type A.)
unbelievable very hard to believe; extremely unlikely or beyond any reasonable expectation.