Improbable meaning

ĭm-prŏbə-bəl
Not likely to be true.

It's highly improbable that aliens abducted you.

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The definition of improbable is something unlikely to happen or unlikely to be true.

The idea that the sun spins around the Earth is an example of something that would be described as a improbable idea.

When they are calling for a 90 percent chance of rain, this is an example of a time when sunshine is improbable.

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Not probable; not likely to happen or be true; unlikely.
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Not likely to happen.

Due to the loss of power, it is improbable that we will begin on time.

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Unlikely to take place or be true.
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Origin of improbable

  • From Middle French improbable, from im- +‎ probable

    From Wiktionary