noun (plural provisos)
A condition attached to an agreement: he left his unborn grandchild a trust fund with the proviso that he be named after the old man
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- James Madison did not draft the Bill of Rights with limiting provisos or riders attached to it.
- It is a blanket provision, and there are no exceptions, qualifications or provisos that apply to that offence provision.
- Ireland had been fighting to put provisos into the clauses, but had not been insisting that the link between immigration, aid and trade policies be removed.
Words that rhyme with provisoValparaiso
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