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Synonym: contingent ondependant ondependent ondepending ondetailSimilar words: continentcontinuingsubcontinenttangentialcontinuecontinuedcontinualcontinuousMeaning: [-nt]  n. 1. a gathering of persons representative of some larger group 2. a temporary military unit. adj. 1. possible but not certain to occur 2. determined by conditions or circumstances not yet established 3. uncertain because of uncontrollable circumstances. 
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1. Further investment is contingent upon the company's profit performance.
2. Our success is contingent upon your continued help.
3. The young heir's contingent of the estate was smaller than he had hoped for.
4. The French contingent certainly made their presence known at this year's conference.
5. Has the Scottish contingent arrived yet?
6. The crowd included a big contingent from Ipswich.
7. Have the Scottish contingent arrived yet?
8. Our success is contingent upon your support.
9. The largest contingent was from the United States.
10. The strong British contingent suffered mixed fortunes.
11. A large contingent of troops was dispatched.
12. Our success is contingent on your support.
13. Any further payments are contingent upon satisfactory completion dates.
14. A large contingent from Japan was present at the conference.
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15. In effect, growth is contingent on improved incomes for the mass of the low-income population.
16. A strong contingent of local residents were there to block the proposal.
17. Outdoor arrangements are, as ever, contingent on the weather and we have other plans in the event of rain.
18. That men are living creatures is a contingent fact.
19. A sizable contingent of my family attended the wedding.
20. The entrance was barred by a contingent of troops.
21. But there was a surprisingly large contingent of newsmen.
22. Growth is contingent upon setting and achieving goals.
23. Make rewards contingent upon quite small amounts of progress.
24. The different thematic groupings are interchangeable, impermanent and contingent.
25. It came to be controlled by a contingent of WASPs, wannabe WASPs, and social climbers.
26. The parents were therefore giving a reward contingent upon Joanne's production of the undesirable behaviours.
27. The latest sale is contingent on to Dallas-based Empire completing financial arrangement, Ladd said.
28. The front army troops were strengthened by a large contingent of students from the military academy.
29. There were the usual protests from the anti - abortion contingent.
30. The usual opposition has been put up by the sales contingent in the form of Jim Cavalier, the sales director.
More similar words: continentcontinuingsubcontinenttangentialcontinuecontinuedcontinualcontinuousparentingcontributingcontentiousdissentingunrelentinglya bone of contentionconcentratingtingepungentingenuousingenuityin generalpantinghuntingglintingaccountingcontententicingpay attention tocontainmentconventionconstructing
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