Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913 + 1828)
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Probability (Page: 1140)
Probability is the appearance of the agreement or disagreement of two ideas, by the intervention of proofs whose connection is not constant, but appears for the most part to be so. Locke.
The whole life of man is a perpetual comparison of evidence and balancing of probabilities. Buckminster.
We do not call for evidence till antecedent probabilities fail. J. H. Newman.