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Synonyms for conditional

Synonyms for conditional

depending on or containing a condition or conditions

determined or to be determined by someone or something else

Antonyms for conditional

qualified by reservations

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imposing or depending on or containing a condition

References in classic literature ?
This anxiety, perhaps, is common to all men who set their hearts upon anything so high, in their own view of it, that life becomes of importance only as conditional to its accomplishment.
It was not until I had brought him to kiss his sister, and had restored him to his place on my lap, and had shown him that Caddy was laughing (she laughed expressly for the purpose), that we could recall his peace of mind; even then it was for some time conditional on his taking us in turns by the chin and smoothing our faces all over with his hand.
The works comprise a firm phase and two conditional phases defined as:
John Paul Green, 38, of Hartington Road, Stockton, given a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay a PS150 victim surcharge with PS50 costs for theft.
USPRwire, Wed Jun 17 2015] Conditional access systems (CAS) refer to content security solutions used to restrict unauthorized subscribers from accessing paid digital broadcast services.
Normally, people use this type of conditional when they want to express when the conditions under the consequent (the women can take this drug) will not be carried out (she is allergic to the penicillin).
Julie Barton, 40, of Boaler Street, Kensington, charged with theft - 12 months conditional discharge with pounds 90 costs.
Surprisingly, David Pipe is without a conditional jockey and he's advertising for a suitably ambitious, and talented, youngster to plug the void.
A conditional is a declarative sentence in which two propositions are joined by the connective if .
Barbara Dancygier and Eve Sweetser: Mental Spaces in Grammar: Conditional Constructions.
John Norman Webber, 21, of Friars Dene Road, accused of conspiracy to supply class A and C drugs, was given conditional bail.
The school wanted to expand its enrollment from 800 students to 1,200, and extend its hours of operation beyond those in its 1996 conditional use permit so that parents could attend evening programs at the school.
OTTAWA -- For the second year in a row the number of offenders serving conditional sentences in the community on an average day surpassed the number of adults serving a sentence in a provincial or territorial jail, the Centre for Justice Statistics reports.
In particular, subsection 168(3) contemplates conditional sale/instalment sale agreements: