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best-case

[best-keys] /ˈbɛstˌkeɪs/
adjective
1.
being the best result that could be expected under the circumstances:
The best-case scenario shows her winning the nomination easily.
Compare worst-case.
Origin of best-case
1975-1980
First recorded in 1975-80
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