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Definition of Conditioned

  • Surrounded; circumstanced; in a certain state or condition, as of property or health; as, a well conditioned man.
  • Having, or known under or by, conditions or relations; not independent; not absolute.
  • made softer by washing with a chemical agent called a conditioner{3.
  • established by conditioning or learning

How to use conditioned in a sentence. Conditioned pronunciation.

The promises of God are conditioned upon our being in this state of heart toward God.
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For instance, we observe that the existence of beings is conditioned upon the coming together of various elements and their non-existence upon the decomposition of their constituent elements.
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Therefore, when in 1818 the territory of Missouri applied for admission to the Union as a State, the South was greatly excited by the proposition from Mr. Tallmadge, of New York, that its admission should be conditioned upon the prohibition of slavery within its limits.
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Indeed, it was clear that to go away-unless he honestly felt too weak to remain-would be unfair to almost every person, every interest, concerned; and such a step was but second choice in Ruth's mind, conditioned solely on any unreadiness he might have uprightly to bear the burden brought upon him by-well, after all, by his own too confident miscalculations in the game of hearts.
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There is not the faintest idea of Levi's sacred calling or of his dispersion as being conditioned thereby; the dispersion is a curse and no blessing, an annihilation and no establishment of his special character.
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But the unity of Israel is the presupposition upon which rests the theocratic relation, the reciprocal attitude between Israel and Jehovah, whereby according to the scheme the course of the history is solely conditioned.
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This use of the phrase Berith (ie., treaty) for law, fitted very well with the great idea of the prophets, and received from it in turn an interpretation, according to which the relation of Jehovah to Israel was conditioned by the demands of His righteousness, as set forth in His word and instruction.
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The will thereby breaks away from the chain of its own acts, and makes an absolutely new beginning not conditioned by the past.
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Therefore was it ordained that into this religious order should be admitted no women that were not fair, well-featured, and of a sweet disposition; nor men that were not comely, personable, and well conditioned.
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Our duty to America, inspired by the Hebraic tradition,-our service to the world, in whatever occupation,-both these are conditioned, in so far as we are Jews, upon the conservation of Jewish nationality.
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As a force, by which the tenor of the time is conditioned, they inspire me with distrust, with fear; as a visible multitude, they make me shrink aloof, and often move me to abhorrence.
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Self-respect is conditioned by the influence of circumstance on character; in Emily it expressed itself as a subtle sensitiveness to grades of sympathy.
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While the present is conditioned in part by the deeds and thoughts of our distant forbears who lived thousands of years ago, it has been influenced in a very special way by historical events of the last five hundred years.
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Nor should ranking in the club be conditioned on church membership.
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He achieved this end, as we learn from Aristotle, this power, literally, of "a criticism of life," by induction (epagoge)+ by that careful process of enquiry into the facts of the matter concerned, one by one (facts most often of conscience, of moral action as conditioned by motive, and result, and the varying degrees of inward light upon it) for which the fitting method is informal though not unmethodical question and answer, face to face with average mankind, as in those famous Socratic conversations, which again are the first rough natural growth of Plato's so artistic written Dialogues.
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For are not all religions but the strivings of the spirit towards crystallisation at some point outside the environment of passions and appetites which is the flesh, so that it can work untrammelled: and are not all gods but the accidental forms, conditioned by circumstance, which this crystallisation takes?
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If extensive groups of men remain unorganized, the responsibility lies partly on the trade unions, and is partly conditioned by our social and political environment.
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If it be true that the universal Law of Labor, physical or mental, emanated from the Creator as a penal statute, for disobedience which forfeited Eden, how merciful and how marvellous is the delicacy of an adjustment, whereby all growth of body, mind and soul being conditioned by work, humanity converts punishment into benediction; escapes degeneration, attains development solely in accordance with the provisions of the primeval curse, man's heritage of labor?
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There is in this country no other movement except possibly the education movement-and that after all is in a sense only another aspect of the conservation question, the seeking to make the most of what we have-so directly aimed to help the children, so conditioned upon the needs of the children, so belonging to the children, as the conservation movement; and it is for that reason more than any other that it has the support of the women of the Nation.
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The advances have been conditioned upon the planting and cultivating a given amount of cotton.
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Examples of Conditioned

Example #1
To leave it upon any lower plane than this, is to rob it of its highest functions and to paralyze it of lasting power for good in any direction.
Example #2
The use of prayer is to bring us into communion with God, for the growth of the spiritual life, that is ours by faith in Christ Jesus.
Example #3
For decomposition causes the dissociation of the various elements.
Example #4
And as we consider the outpourings of Divine Grace we are assured of the existence of God.
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It was a revelation to the people of the North that so bitter a feeling should be aroused by opposition to the extension of an acknowledged evil, which had been abolished in all their own States.
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The Southern leaders, on their side, maintained that Congress could not, under the Constitution, legislate on such a subject,-that it was a matter for the States alone to decide; and that slavery was essential to the prosperity of the Southern States, as white men could not labor in the cotton and rice fields.