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See definition of provisionary on Dictionary.com
  • as inprovisional
  • as intentative

synonyms for provisionary

  • conditional
  • interim
  • temporary
  • transitional
  • dependent
  • ephemeral
  • experimental
  • limited
  • makeshift
  • passing
  • pro tem
  • provisory
  • qualified
  • rough-and-ready
  • stopgap
  • test
  • transient

antonyms for provisionary

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  • certain
  • definite
  • permanent
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How to use provisionary in a sentence

She had already taken that provisionary leap into a mythical future which is one of the perfunctory attitudes of maidenhood.
THE WAYFARERSMARY STEWART CUTTING
At three o'clock the imperial dynasty was proclaimed as at an end, and a provisionary government installed.
ROYAL PALACES AND PARKS OF FRANCEMILBURG FRANCISCO MANSFIELD
The new system was defined as the "Provisionary Consulate;" but this form was only transitional.
NOTABLE EVENTS OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURYVARIOUS
Gentlemen, such are the series of experiments made by M. Gannal, since the first provisionary report was presented to you.
HISTORY OF EMBALMINGJ. N. GANNAL
Fortunately for you, madame, you have never been driven to the necessity of admitting the utility of such provisionary measures.
THE MYSTERIES OF PARIS, VOLUME 2 OF 6EUGNE SUE
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO PROVISIONARY

  • conditional
  • dependent
  • ephemeral
  • experimental
  • interim
  • limited
  • makeshift
  • passing
  • pro tem
  • provisionary
  • provisory
  • qualified
  • rough-and-ready
  • stopgap
  • temporary
  • test
  • transient
  • transitional
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.