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synonyms for conditional

  • limited
  • provisional
  • restrictive
  • tentative
  • codicillary
  • contingent
  • depending on
  • fortuitous
  • granted on certain terms
  • guarded
  • iffy
  • incidental
  • inconclusive
  • modified
  • not absolute
  • obscure
  • provisory
  • qualified
  • relative
  • reliant
  • relying on
  • restricted
  • subject to
  • uncertain
  • with grain of salt
  • with reservations
  • with strings attached
See also synonyms for: conditionally

antonyms for conditional

MOST RELEVANT
  • certain
  • definite
  • independent
  • unconditional
  • unlimited
  • unqualified
  • unrestricted
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How to use conditional in a sentence

I received a conditional green card after my wife and I got married in 2019.
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These are dynamic keyword groups that are automatically updated based on the conditional criteria you set, such as landing page, conversions and conversion rate, opportunity, difficulty, revenue, etc.
IS IT TIME TO COMPLETELY RETHINK YOUR KEYWORD MANAGEMENT PROCESS?SPONSORED CONTENT: SEOMONITORJUNE 29, 2021SEARCH ENGINE LAND
The conditional pardon granted by Northam ends his probation early, but does not clear his criminal record.
NELI LATSON IS — FINALLY — FREE. IT ONLY TOOK 11 YEARS, TWO GOVERNORS AND A NATIONAL CONVERSATION ABOUT RACE AND DISABILITY.THERESA VARGASJUNE 23, 2021WASHINGTON POST
A year later, Seymore’s attorney notified the San Francisco Superior Court that a conditional settlement had been reached.
MTS’S SECURITY FIRM OF CHOICE HAS A MORE COMPLICATED RECORD THAN IT CLAIMEDLISA HALVERSTADT AND JESSE MARXJUNE 22, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
DHS briefly placed Brighter on a conditional license for working with Garza but has since lifted all sanctions and never assessed any fines.
THE BABY BROKERS: INSIDE AMERICA’S MURKY PRIVATE-ADOPTION INDUSTRYTIK ROOTJUNE 3, 2021TIME
It was supposed to be conditional withdrawal and conditions-based, so the Taliban needed to deliver certain things including a political settlement.
THE TALIBAN TRIED TO KILL HER. NOW SHE NEGOTIATES WITH THEMKATE BARTLETTJUNE 1, 2021OZY
Any model is providing an answer that is conditional on certain assumptions.
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We are this way, according to the theory, because such conditional dispositions enhanced biological fitness in Pleistocene humans.
ARE WE CUT OUT FOR UNIVERSAL MORALITY? - ISSUE 100: OUTSIDERSWILLIAM J. FITZPATRICKMAY 26, 2021NAUTILUS
In recent weeks, Oceanside has begun dismantling homeless encampments, covering sidewalks in rocks to prevent people from living on them and putting people without homes in motel rooms on short-term agreements with strict, conditional terms.
NORTH COUNTY REPORT: OCEANSIDE SIDESTEPS THE REAL HOMELESSNESS ISSUEKAYLA JIMENEZMAY 12, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
My relief is conditional, of course—science has a tendency to change its mind.
DOES BIRTH ORDER REALLY DETERMINE PERSONALITY? HERE'S WHAT THE RESEARCH SAYSLYNN BERGERAPRIL 13, 2021TIME
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