External Conditions

  • Extrinsicality (Substantives), extraneousness, objectiveness, objectivity, accident, superficiality, incident.
  • (Adjectives). Derived from without, objective, extrinsic, extrinsical, extraneous, modal, adventitious, adscititious, incidental, accidental, non-essential, see 220.

    Implanted, engrafted.

    (Adverb). Extrinsically, etc.

4°. Modal Existence


  • State (Substantives), condition, category, class, kind, estate, case, constitution, habitude, diathesis, mood, pickle, plight, temper, morale.
  • Frame, fabric, structure, texture, contexture 329, conformation, organism.

    Mode, modality, schesis, form, shape, figure, cut, cast, mould, stamp, set, fit, tone, tenor, trim, turn, guise, fashion, aspect, complexion, style, manner, character, kind, get-up, format, genre.

    (Verbs). To be in a state, to be in condition, to be on a footing, etc.

    To fare, have, possess, enjoy, etc., a state, condition, etc.

    To bring into a state, etc. 144.

    (Adjectives). Conditional, modal, formal, structural, organic, textual.

    (Phrases). As the matter stands; as things are; such being the case.

    (Adverb). Conditionally, etc.


  • Circumstance (Substantives), situation, phase, position, posture, attitude, place, point, terms, fare, régime, footing, standing, status, predicament, contingency, occasion, juncture, conjuncture, emergency, exigence, exigency, crisis, pinch, pass, push, plight.
  • (Adjectives). Circumstantial; given, conditional, provisional, critical, contingent, incidental 6, 151, circumstanced, placed.

    (Verb Phrases). To bow before the storm; take things as they are; cut one's coat according to the cloth.

    (Adverbs). In or under the circumstances, conditions, etc.; thus, in such a case, contingency, etc., accordingly, being so, such being the case; since, sith, seeing that, as matters stand, as things go.

    Conditionally, provided, if, an if, if so, if so be, if it be so, if it so prove, or turn out, or happen; in the event of, provisionally, unless, without.

    (Phrases). According to circumstances; as it may happen, or turn out; as the case may be; pro re nata; according as the wind blows; rain or shine; sink or swim; at all events; ceteris paribus.

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