Definitions of "provisional"
  1. A statement used to meet a present need; sufficient for the current situation but can be altered or revoked in the future
  2. Refers to temporary legal actions or proceedings permitted before a final decision to safeguard the interests of one or more parties involved in a legal matter
How to use "provisional" in a sentence
  1. The board agreed to the provisional terms pending further discussion.
  2. The judge issued a provisional injunction to prevent further harm while the case was still under deliberation.
  3. The defendant requested a provisional sequestration of his assets until a final judgment was rendered.

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