One can only imagine the “horses and bayonets” possibilities if this style of campaign song were still en vogue.
A number of possibilities (beyond the obvious, which is that they actually happened that way).
We can still talk about the possibilities for the bravery of love that no amount of dysfunction in Washington can deny.
Phrases like “straight out of science fiction” and “the possibilities are endless” appear on almost every page.
Only Campbell knows for sure, but a number of possibilities stand out.
They knew about the possibilities of the small gadgets, brought down in production to the size of a pack of cigarettes.
It would be useless to attempt to exaggerate the possibilities of these properties.
The sense of smell has a thousand raptures for the man whose nose has lived up to its possibilities.
This time he carried no weapon in his hand, and Pinto was quick to see the possibilities.
One day, exulting in life and its possibilities he writes, "Oh, it would be glorious to live life over a thousand times."
late 14c., "condition of being possible," from Old French possibilité (13c.) and directly from Latin possibilitatem (nom. possibilitas) "possibility," from possibilis (see possible (adj.)). Meaning "a possible thing or substance" is from c.1400. Related: Possibilities.