"We'll evaluate our position only after hearing these scenarios," he told the Hurriyet Daily News.
Another client, a professor at Georgetown University, submitted requests for scenarios that she had yet to even imagine.
Other than a two-state solution, other scenarios may have constituencies but they cannot end the conflict.
Nonetheless, Jill denies that the scenarios on the show are fake—though they can, at times, be contrived.
One can imagine far worse American scenarios than becoming a supersized Great Britain.
I find I've got lots more twaddle-sketches and things half-finished, and scenarios that were invariably returned to me.
He had a habit of falling in love with women more ardently than with scenarios.
He announced to Laurent-Jan that he was hard at work and was preparing some scenarios for him.
They will be written by the most famous writers of scenarios.
Why write stories when scenarios are not only much less exhausting, but actually more remunerative?
1868, "sketch of the plot of a play," from Italian scenario, from Late Latin scenarius "of stage scenes," from Latin scena "scene" (see scene). Meaning "imagined situation" is first recorded 1960, in reference to hypothetical nuclear wars.
A reasoned or imagined pattern of events in the future; a possible plan: According to one scenario we only kill 87 percent of the population (1962+)