1. Of, relating to, or based on probabilism.
2. Of, based on, or affected by probability, randomness, or chance: “Like powerful sorcerers, all humans can see the future—not a clear and determined future, but a murky, probabilistic one” (Jonathan Gottschall).
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|Adv.||1.||probabilistically – by the use of probability theory; “we can calculate the position of the particles probabilistically”|
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