by Galois022 April 4, 2017
01: Reasonable grounds for belief that an accused person have done something wrong (you believe have).
02: Reasonable grounds for belief that an accused person may be subject to arrest.
03: Reasonable grounds for belief that an accused person may be subject to the issuance of a warrant.
by Mr. Terrence L. Trezvant November 30, 2004
by MarySun January 3, 2011
There was no forensic evidence, and no eyewitness, but the judge found Probable Cosby because there were so many people who were willing to testify against him; There was no direct evidence, but there was Probable Cosby
by GypsyMiss November 20, 2014
A go to response when things are clearly not fine, but you are going to have to continue regardless, either due to practicality or social responsibility.
Bonus points are awarded if the person you tell things are probably fine to realizes the subtext that "things are clearly not fine" and comes to help you.
Alternatively used to reassure yourself or others when you know what is happening is wrong.
Hey are you OK carrying all those boxes of fragile vases down this steep hill?
Yeah it's probably fine.
On second thoughts maybe I'll take some...
Is it OK to be breaking into your office at 1am?
by Out Reach August 10, 2011
by petersamways March 19, 2007
by jesuschrysler August 20, 2009