circumstanced[ sur-kuh m-stanst or, esp. British, -stuh nst ]SEE DEFINITION OF circumstanced
Synonyms for circumstanced
- divine will
- handwriting on the wall
- wheel of fortune
Antonyms for circumstanced
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CIRCUMSTANCED
You think I must of necessity, as matters are circumstanced, be Solmes's wife.
I am sorry my case is so circumstanced, that I cannot comply.
I must be abrupt; for I am so circumstanced, that I have not a moment's time to spare.
As matters are circumstanced, Mr. Worthnought, I think it is not worth your while to stay.
I have told you this because I want you to understand how men are circumstanced in regard to philosophy.
We were so circumstanced that I could not leave the children.
Circumstanced as he was, he is not to be judged by the laws of civilised life.
Consider how we were circumstanced when they first arose amongst us.
At all events, he should learn where his friend was, and how circumstanced.
Circumstanced as we now are, it is more than ever obvious, that the best man is the truest patriot.