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synonyms for conditionally

  • tentatively
  • hypothetically
  • with limitations
  • with reservations
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Tiles in some of the packs also introduce conditional coding concepts.
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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.
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On Tuesday, the Dallas Cowboys dealt defensive end Everson Griffen to the Detroit Lions for a conditional sixth-round pick.
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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.
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In other words, unemployment payments may be exacerbating unemployment because they are conditional on not being employed.
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But the land could be sold conditionally, and once more Miss Montgomery suggested building.
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The club consented conditionally on the "new fellows" being peaceable.
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This sentence is sometimes translated conditionally: "provided we look," etc.
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"I thought so," I said, with the relief that one feels in not having put a fellow-creature out of life, even conditionally.
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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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WORDS RELATED TO CONDITIONALLY

  • conditionally
  • provisionally
  • temporarily
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