Prospective

Prospective,

Definition of Prospective:

  1. (of a person) expected or expecting to be something particular in the future.

  2. Expected, potential or likely to be. The prospective students visited the university they were hoping to attend. We got some details on the prospective deal proposed by our competitors..

Synonyms of Prospective

Anticipated, Approaching, Awaited, Coming, Desired, Destinal, Destined, Determined, Due, Emergent, Eventual, Expected, Extrapolated, Fatal, Fated, Fatidic, Foreseen, Forthcoming, Future, Futuristic, Hereafter, Hoped-for, Imminent, Impending, In prospect, In view, Incipient, Later, Long-expected, Nearing, On the horizon, Overdue, Pending, Planned, Plotted, Potential, Predicted, Presumed, Probable, Projected, Promised, Prophesied, To come, To-be, Ultimate, Destined, Intended, Planned, To be, Prospective, Expected, Anticipated

How to use Prospective in a sentence?

  1. The interview at the prospective place of employment, a prestigious law firm, was very difficult and she hopes she did well.
  2. Greta had met her prospective date online, and she was eager to see if their screen chemistry would translate into a real world relationship.
  3. The group is tense and pensive, waiting for a prospective merger with a large firm, as the merger is not final yet.
  4. She showed a prospective buyer around the house.

Meaning of Prospective & Prospective Definition