Definition of Contingently

1. adv. In a contingent manner; without design or foresight; accidentally.

Definition of Contingently

1. Adverb. In a contingent manner; without foresight ¹

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Definition of Contingently

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Contingently

contingencies fund
contingency fee
contingency plan
contingency plans
contingency procedure
contingency table
contingency tables
contingent claim
contingent negative variation
contingent on(p)
contingent probability
contingent remainder
contingent remainders
contingently (current term)
continuant consonant

Literary usage of Contingently

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1. A Treatise on the Power of Taxation, State and Federal, in the United States by Frederick Newton Judson (1917)
"Hearing Not Essential for Party Only contingently Liable.—An Indiana statute providing that the creation of a taxing district for a street improvement ..."

2. The Works of James Arminius, D. D., Formerly Professor of Divinity in the by Jacobus Arminius (1853)
"Thus God freely decreed to form the world, and did fredy form it. And, in this sense, all things are done contingently in ..."

3. Forms of Judgments and Orders in the High Court of Justice and Court of by Cecil Clare Marston Dale, Henry Wilmot Seton, Great Britain Court of Appeal, Great Britain High Court of Justice. Chancery Division, W. Clowes (1893)
"Order for Sale of Estate of Infants contingently entitled. Tins Court being of opinion that it is proper and consistent with a due regard for the interests ..."

4. An Examination of President Edwards's Inquiry on the Freedom of the Will by Jeremiah Day (1841)
"Can not the Almighty create beings capable of willing contingently ?—Choosing what is most reasonable ?—Do we ever choose in opposition to that which is the ..."

5. Key and Elphinstone's Compendium of Precedents in Conveyancing by Thomas Key, Howard Warburton Elphinstone (1899)
"... entitled partly in POSSESSION and partly in CONTINGENCY, and of a num. of CONSOLS in COURT, to •which the HUSBAND is contingently entitled in REVERSION. ..."

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