Prospect

Prospect,

Definition of Prospect:

  1. A person who is seen as a customer, potential or successful user, etc.

  2. Find mineral deposits in one place, mainly through experimental drilling and excavation.

  3. Another view of the landscape.

  4. Potential customers or clients who qualify based on purchasing power, financial performance and willingness to buy. Also known as sales prospectus.

  5. Possible or possible future events.

Synonyms of Prospect

View, Intention, Prediction, Domination, Scope, Scene, Lookout, Eventuality, Certainty, Eyereach, Airscape, Hereafter, Foreseeing, On the horizon, Reliance, Sagacity, Aftertime, Delve into, Projected, Hope, Look for, Seascape, Distant future, Imminence, Thinkableness, Sucker, Reconnoitre, Sly look, Farsightedness, Futurism, Project, Aspect, Probability, Plan, Time ahead, Panorama, Potential, Assumption, Explore, Outside hope, Aptitude, Survey, Expectation, Chance, Contemplation, Bare possibility, Survey, Prospects, Regard, Future, Future tense, Outlook, Eye, Pan for gold, Tomorrow, The feasible, Odds, Promise, Looking ahead, Regular, Look-in, Foresight, Search, The attainable, In view, In store, Chance, Good chance, Candidate, Discretion, Futurity, What may be, Determinism, Waterscape, Likeliness, Explore, Assured faith, Presumptive evidence, Potentiality, Providence, Expectation, Farseeingness, Unastonishment, Sweep, Faith, Immediate future, What might be, Outlook, Off chance, Great expectations, Verisimilitude, In sight, Near future, Opportunity, Foreglimpse, Outside chance, Possibleness, Dekko, Doomed hope, Likeliness, Confidence, ■■■■■ eye, Even chance, Pan, Trust, By-and-by, Desire, Good chance, Foreglance, Chances, High hopes, Eyeshot, Preview, Perspective, Cheerful expectation, Conviction, Possibility, Scenery, Provision, Preparation, Crystal ball, Anticipation, In the cards, Immediate prospect, Leering look, Conceivability, Small hope, Scan, View, Virtuality, Prepublication, Chances, Scape, Assurance, Time to come, Favorable prospect, Fair prospect, Afteryears, Dependence, Field of vision, In prospect, Scene, Forecast, Hope, Offing, Riverscape, Customer, The sweet by-and-by, In the wind, Search for, Field of view, Command, Hoping, Foresightedness, Possibilities, Probabilism, Lookout, Prophecy, Envisagement, Good hope, Possibility, Eyesight, Sidelong look, Prospection, Lustful leer, Regular customer, Forward look, Probability, Dig into, Poor chance, Go, Likely, Remote possibility, Inspect, The possible, Promise, The future, What is possible, Prayerful hope, Posteriority, Conceivableness, Reasonable hope, Examine, Reasonable ground, Horizon, Thought, Landscape, Eyeful, Possibility, Mark, Spectacle, Time just ahead, Sightliness, Expectancy, Limit of vision, Line of sight, On the table, Aspect, Longsightedness, Mine, Hopefulness, Envisionment, Check out, Sight, Quarry, Fervent hope, Likelihood, Range, Course ahead, Patron, Security, Presumption, Design, Foregleam, Aspiration, Client, Good cheer, Anticipation, Cloudscape, Good possibility, Likelihood, Vista, Perspective, Outlook over, Look, Prudence, Tendency, Hoping against hope, Sanguine expectation, In the offing, Thinkability, Cityscape, Make a survey of, Ken, Possible, Vista, Scenic view, Hopeful prognosis, Fair expectation, Leer, Skyscape, Prevision, Townscape, Contingency, Well-grounded hope, Panorama, The morrow, Readiness, Odds, Scope of vision, Sift, Scout, Forehandedness, Probable, Hopes, Liability

How to use Prospect in a sentence?

  1. There is no possibility of reconciliation.
  2. An observational point that dominates an unusual view of migration.
  3. During the California gold rush, many people sold in search of gold in the hope of making a profit.
  4. The client assesses the chances of becoming an active member of the party
  5. The company is also looking for gold.
  6. Mary saw John as a less attractive boyfriend because she couldn't control the fact that he was more of a brother than a romantic partner.
  7. Marketers use different techniques to generate leads, such as: b. Unexpected calls, direct mail, phone calls, emails and referrals to find potential users of your product.

Meaning of Prospect & Prospect Definition

Prospect,

Prospect:

  • Prospect can be defined as, Potentially insured

  • Potential buyers of insurance policies or insurance programs.

Meanings of Prospect

  1. The possibility or possibility of a future event.

  2. People who are potentially successful or as customers, potential customers, etc.

  3. Find mineral deposits in one place, mainly through drilling and experimental drilling.

Sentences of Prospect

  1. Users see the potential of active members.

  2. The view overlooks the beautiful view of the river.

  3. The company is looking for gold.

Prospect,

Prospect:

End users of insurance

Meanings of Prospect

  1. Someone is considered to be successful or a potential customer, customer, etc.

  2. Extensive view of the landscape.

  3. Exploration of mineral deposits, mainly through excavation and excavation.

Sentences of Prospect

  1. Norwich, the undefeated heavyweight challenger.

Synonyms of Prospect

catch, danger, go after, dowse, in the air, just around the corner, hunt, seek, on the cards, in the pipeline, (good/poor) chance, close/near at hand, impending, imminent, surroundings, hazard, on the way, brewing, dream, at hand, approaching, likely to happen, coming soon, coming up, fear, picture, upcoming, in the wings

Prospect

When we know that someone is interested in our product, but we haven't converted them into a customer yet, we call that a lead.

A person who is considered a potential customer. Read our guide to positioning your product to find your ideal customer here.