conditionally

[ kuhn-dish-uh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF conditionally

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I understood Mahomed grudgingly granted them a half-soul, and that only conditionally.

Besides the promise was made only conditionally, as was that made to Eli.

He flung back sombrely, "You don't even put it conditionally then?"

Mrs. Dudley, Im willing to be as generous as you can expect, conditionally.

Give me absolution, he said: at least conditionally, in case what I say should be true.

In the evening I prayed for her conditionally, if it were lawful.

I was aware, that its promises were made only conditionally.

May we pray absolutely for outward mercies, or only conditionally?

The earth exercises this power but conditionally and partially, viz.

In the evening I prayed for her conditionally, if it was lawful.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., condicionel, from Old French condicionel (Modern French conditionnel), from Latin conditionalis, from condicionem (see condition (n.)). Related: Conditionally.

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