Provided Pro*vid"ed, conj. On condition; by stipulation; with the understanding; if; -- usually followed by that; as, provided that nothing in this act shall prejudice the rights of any person whatever. [1913 Webster]

Provided the deductions are logical, they seem almost indifferent to their truth. --G. H. Lewes. [1913 Webster]

Note: This word is strictly a participle, and the word being is understood, the participle provided agreeing with the whole sentence absolute, and being equivalent to this condition being previously stipulated or established. [1913 Webster]

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