circumstantially

[ sur-kuhm-stan-shuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF circumstantially

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All these discoveries were now related to Ralph, circumstantially, and in detail.

Seriously and circumstantially he put forward his proposition.

"And can relate it circumstantially and clearly," added Withering.

They are written out most circumstantially in the Prophet's story.

He told her, circumstantially, that he was in perfect health.

He neither cut the tale short nor told it too circumstantially.

Lansdale tells it circumstantially, keeping his pipe alight in the periods.

As to this, the truth is as I have circumstantially stated it above.

There is no variation in the legend, which is circumstantially the same in all these books.

Then he related to them circumstantially all that had happened.

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