Third-person singular simple present indicative form of prospect.(verb)
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Use "prospects" in a sentence
"But again, the question is, given that there likely will be an oversupply of entry-level lawyers for at least a short time, if someone finds themselves without a job with long-term prospects, is it better to do something or nothing?"
"Chief among the prospects is a hitter from the Far East and a pitcher from the Dominican Republic."
"Still, the full facts have yet to be disclosed and the phrasing of the MAC clause, particularly the inclusion of the word "prospects," gives Cerberus and Chatham a hook to litigate and argue that the court is required to take a broad view of the MAC to encompass the future earnings potential and performance of Innkeepers."