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conditionally

adverb as in provisionally

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Tiles in some of the packs also introduce conditional coding concepts.

There are also more visualization features like conditional formatting as well as the ability to filter and sort data with dropdowns next to each field.

On Tuesday, the Dallas Cowboys dealt defensive end Everson Griffen to the Detroit Lions for a conditional sixth-round pick.

State officials approved the company’s acquisitions on a conditional basis in 2016, while imposing a three-year monitoring regime that health department officials describe as unprecedented.

In other words, unemployment payments may be exacerbating unemployment because they are conditional on not being employed.

But the land could be sold conditionally, and once more Miss Montgomery suggested building.

The club consented conditionally on the "new fellows" being peaceable.

This sentence is sometimes translated conditionally: "provided we look," etc.

"I thought so," I said, with the relief that one feels in not having put a fellow-creature out of life, even conditionally.

But there is no statement anywhere that the Law is given to Israel conditionally and that it will ever be taken away from them.

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On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to conditionally, such as: tentatively, hypothetically, with limitations, and with reservations.

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

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