circumstantially : Definition, Usages, News and More

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sur kuhm stan chuh lee

  • r  according to circumstances
    he was convicted circumstantially
  • r  insofar as the circumstances are concerned
    the account was circumstantially accurate
  • r  in minute detail
  • r  without advance planning
News & Articles

  • On Vick, Foles, and Momentum in the NFL
    Loading... But momentum is extremely circumstantial and I’m not sure if Barnwell’s definition (starting a drive within a team’s own five-yard line) is circumstantially best. Instead, let’s look at a more defined situation.
    Oct. 15, 2013 -

  • Daniel Horowitz in San Diego Union Tribune
    All they can do is circumstantially establish, from the start to the finish, that somebody lost their finger and it ended up in her chili,criminal defense attorney Daniel Horowitz of Oakland said of the case.
  • Kristin Davis in
    I share Charlotte's enthusiasm,Kristin told Look magazine. "The writers would take little things I would say, the same with all four of us - they use things that we would do, but obviously circumstantially what she's interested in is...
  • Margaret Atwood in New York Times
    It begins with an account, first drafted in 1962, of her own long, circumstantially enforced silence,Ms. Atwood wrote. "She did not write for a very simple reason: A day has 24 hours. For 20 years she had no time, no energy and none of the...

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