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It requires that likely answers be anticipated, that elaborate “if/then” scenarios be war-gamed.

If they abused that power, it would be noticed-if not by the press, then by their colleagues, and if noticed, then punished.

Seems like people in dangerous neighborhoods are braver and trust in God more than people in safer neighborhoods-if you ask me.

That is, when things are going well, no one feels compelled to spend money on a what-if project.

Andrew hopes he sees in this division the seeds of a "return to sanity" if/after Romney loses.

If-itty-teshi-mow Jays Haddee ny up-plo-now-shi-buh nays;ha!

It is a succession of short notes rapidly uttered, as if the bird said "if-if-if-if-if-if-if."

By all the gods!if he had only known Who held him between life and death upon the Mauvais Pas!

Sir S. returned the nod stiffly, with an "I-wonder-if-I-really-do know-you,-or-if-this-is-a-trick-to-claim-acquaintance?"

If so, I knew him now for a fiend in very truth!if burning horror and endless shame can so transfigure the soul of man!

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On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to if, such as: assuming that, conceding that, granted that, in case that, on the assumption that, and on the occasion that.

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

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