A thing possible; that which may take place or come into being. (noun)
An option or choice, usually used in context with future events. (noun)
Examples of word possibility
You frequently ask others to accept the possibility that your beliefs are correct - now I ask you to accept the _possibility_ that Jesus was a human teacher and that the mythology around his divinity were added after the fact.
And I think your thesis, that modern adolescence and modern poetry intersect at the desire to resist closure/identity and maintain possibility, is right on.
The criticism that Dr. Schuller's messages have been nothing more than a watered down versions of optimistic pop psychology, given that his major theme is what he calls "possibility thinking," is unfair.
Another possibility is amotion for stay pending an appeal.
Cooley didn't exactly guarantee such a performance, but ... the possibility is at least out there.