- 1Able to be predicted: the market is volatile and never predictableMore example sentences
- So, the art to urban driving, is being predictable, and being able to tell what other roads users are most likely to do.
- Your course is entirely predictable and can be anticipated by the predator.
- Look here Bobby, if something is inevitable then it is also predictable.
- 1.1 • derogatory Always behaving or occurring in the way expected: the characters are stereotyped and extremely predictableMore example sentences
- The Welsh-based former London Scottish man was always reliable, but predictable.
- Many people might think that computers will always be predictable, since all they ever do is follow a program.
- The characters were often predictable and the dialogue almost wrote itself.
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- The objective was to teach them to make every day a joyful journey and stamp out the boring predictability of their routine.
- For two decades choreography, uniformity and predictability were MTV's primary values.
- Effective middle school educators increase the predictability of daily routines.
- [sentence adverb]: predictably, Margaret found an excuse to interrupt himMore example sentences
- Simpson's paradox reminds us that statistics don't always behave predictably.
- It was a brave decision and the immediate reaction was predictably enraged.
- It led by six to eight lengths in the running and predictably had run its race by the turn, finishing at the rear of the field.