conditionally

All Adverb
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  • He was conditionally offered the position of master of an English school in India.
  • Such things are done, but they are not mentioned even conditionally. Cited from Quo Vadis, The Time of Nero, by Henryk Sienkiewicz
  • She later finds out she has conditionally been accepted at Oxford.
  • It does this by allowing each instruction to conditionally either perform an operation or do nothing.
  • A conditionally open border is a border that allows movement of people across the border that meet a special set of conditions.
  • Others may be conditionally essential for certain ages or medical conditions.
  • A mandate may be made conditionally, or so as to take effect from a future time.
  • I complied, conditionally that they bound themselves to march in the morning whether he came or not. Cited from Discovery of the Source Of The Nile, John Speke
  • But, now I come to consider of it, I grant your second request conditionally. Cited from The Hot Swamp, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • Possibly He may have possessed this power absolutely where others possessed it conditionally. Cited from Relations Between Religion and Science, Frederick, Lord Bishop of Exeter
  • Because the group to which a given patient is assigned is known, consent can be sought conditionally.
  • This parole was required in order for her to eventually be conditionally released from prison.
  • In some countries it has even been customary to betroth girls conditionally before they were born. Cited from Plain Facts for Old and Young, by John Harvey Kellogg
  • I can baptize him conditionally, of course, and I am starting now. Cited from Up in Ardmuirland, by Michael Barrett
  • Any two nodes are conditionally independent given the values of their parents.
  • He accepted the appointment conditionally on his being allowed to retire as soon as that expedition should be ended. Cited from The Diary and Letters of Madam D'Arblay Volume 3
  • Usually international wars end conditionally and the treatment of suspected war criminals makes up part of the peace treaty.
  • Left to themselves, the city's residents decided to surrender conditionally.
  • If he was so conditionally pardoned, it must then be, by a particular instrument. Cited from Lives of the Poets, Great Britain/Ireland, Vol. II, by Theophilus Cibber
  • Conditionally I will not accept it; above all, when its conditions relate to the government of my empire. Cited from Joseph II. and His Court, by L. Muhlbach
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Meaning of conditionally

  • adverb Subject to a condition
    he accepted the offer conditionally