More likely than not as a guest we'll say:

Test No. [color=blue]incompl/advan-73 “At the End of the Day (2)”, question 9

More than not as a guest we’ll say:

(a) possible
(b) likely
© probably
(d) possibly

Test No. [color=blue]incompl/advan-73 “At the End of the Day (2)”, answer 9

More likely than not as a guest we’ll say:

Correct answer: (b) likely

Your answer was: [color=green]correct
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hi alan i was just wondering what is the exact difference among three of them??
i mean;probably,possibly and likely
thank you…

Probably and possibly are very similar. Likely is an adjective where the other two are adverbs and means something is almost certain to happen. So we have expressions like: the likely result/the likely forecast and so on.