Noun. 1) In a global set consisting of a multitude of binary
experiments, each with only two outcomes; pass or fail, Lis refers to a rate of success of no less than 8 standard deviations above the mean.
A favorable statistical anomaly
Adj. 2) A shockingly overwhelming appeal to the bodily sense of taste or smell, usually associated with an incredibly rare and exquisite gastronomic event.
Verb. 3) To observe something so perfectly beautiful that life in general, even in its most revered
and sacred moments, becomes pale and dull by comparison.
1) “Have the new quality control
process implementations at the nuclear facility proved to be as advantageous as envisioned?”
“Absolutely, the probability of not having a core meltdown has increased to greater than (1 - Lis).”
2)“The laboratory replication
of the late Auguste
Escoffier’s signature dish was so decadent to the senses, the experience was approaching Lis.”
3)“today I Lis, Tomorrow I die.”