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I received a conditional green card after my wife and I got married in 2019.

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.

The conditional pardon granted by Northam ends his probation early, but does not clear his criminal record.

A year later, Seymore’s attorney notified the San Francisco Superior Court that a conditional settlement had been reached.

DHS briefly placed Brighter on a conditional license for working with Garza but has since lifted all sanctions and never assessed any fines.

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One of the Four was released in 2005, and the three others were offered conditional pardons by then-Gov.

It was the sixth time an apartheid leader had offered Mandela a conditional release from jail.

The government and the court would then convert the pretrial conditions as conditional release.

With permission to be in Singapore conditional upon their employer, workers are discouraged from rocking the boat.

His committment to "counting all the votes" was conditional on Bush withdrawing all of his lawsuits.

A contract of sale may be conditional, for example, that the property shall not be transferred until the price is paid.

He had a modus operandi of making the conditional mood mean the imperative.

As far as I can make out the original, it is the negative conditional as I have given it in the text.

Something about the conditional setup seemed to give me an idea.

"I would ask that question," repeated Tanner, still in the conditional mood, but nodding confidentially all round.


On this page you'll find 52 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to conditional, such as: limited, provisional, restrictive, tentative, codicillary, and contingent.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.