What is another word for with the proviso?

Pronunciation: [wɪððə pɹəvˈa͡ɪzə͡ʊ] (IPA)

With the proviso is an expression that is often used to indicate certain conditions or terms under which something may apply. It usually implies that there is some restriction or limitation to the offer or agreement being made. Other synonyms for with the proviso are subject to, granted that, provided that, on the condition that and if. Each of these expressions points to the requirement of something in exchange for something else. They are all generally used to ensure that some basic rules are in place before any agreement can be reached. When using any of these synonyms, it is critical to ensure clarity and for all parties involved to understand and agree to the terms and conditions before proceeding.

What are the hypernyms for With the proviso?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with With the proviso

  • As far as talent goes, Marilyn Monroe was so minimally gifted as to be almost unemployable, and anyone who holds to the opinion that she was a great natural comic identifies himself immediately as a dunce...As a natural silent comedian Marilyn might possibly have qualified, with the proviso that she was not to be depended on to invent anything. But as a natural comedian in sound she had the conclusive disadvantage of not being able to speak. She was limited ineluctably to characters who rented language but could not possess it, and all her best roles fell into that category. She was good at being inarticulately abstracted for the same reason that midgets are good at being short.
    Clive James
  • Freud's prescription for personal happiness as consisting of work and love must be taken with the proviso that the work has to be loved, and the love has to be worked at.
    Sydney J. Harris

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