best-case

best-case

(bĕst′kās′)
adj.
Most favorable; optimum: a best-case scenario.

best′-case`



adj.
being the best result that could be expected: best-case scenario. Compare worst-case.
[1970–75]
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Piper Jaffray analyst Christopher Raymond views this morning's Phase 3 Invictus study results from Deciphera Pharmaceuticals as a "best-case" scenario.
ANDY MURRAY last night declared a "best-case scenario" could see him make a singles comeback in just a fortnight.
He pointed out that climate change will have the greatest impact on the most vulnerable and will have the "most severe impact in poor countries, regions, and the places poor people live and work." Even in the best-case scenario of a 1.
BEST-CASE SCENARIO: A point at Everton and three versus Wolves.
At a best-case estimate, Block Z-38 is believed to be containing 1.37 billion barrels of petroleum.
For diminutive rectosigmoid adenomas, the negative predictive value of CAD with stained mode was 96.4 percent in the best-case scenario and 93.7 percent in the worst-case scenario.
Exports, the only way out of a domestic demand deadlock, stand at a maximum of 8-9 million tons and in the best-case scenario can reach over 10 million tons by the end of the current Iranian year.
Malaysia's economy may gain RM6.5 billion annually from the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR) project by 2030, according to the best-case scenario in a research paper.
Long Grove covered bridge to be closed 9 or 10 months, 'best-case scenario'
It said the best-case scenario would be comparable to the winter of 2015, with 5.89 million attendances at A&E over the summer and 89.6% meeting the target of being seen, admitted or discharged within four hours.
Even assuming best-case scenarios unfold across the country, this will pose unprecedented logistical challenges for broadcasters and their vendors.
"But even in best-case scenarios, delays are always expected," he added.