American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Most favorable; optimum: "the best-case scenario of a mild recession” ( Business Week).
“Still, a best-case scenario would be slower-than-normal economic growth of about 2% in the fourth quarter, say many economists.”
“This is a best-case, but not common scenario; you have the right to push and shout.”
“Even in the best-case scenario where an employer avoids trial and prevails on summary judgment, the employer will ring up a legal bill of $100,000 or so.”
“Be that as it may, the best-case scenario for this product shifts to registration in 2013.”
““Even if he did recover, there was a good chance he would have permanent brain damage, or, best-case scenario, he would have hearing loss.””
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“So this is probably the best-case scenario, Girardi said.”
“The best-case scenario would result in the loss of about 9,870 other jobs in the surrounding community; the worst-case number is 28,200.”
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