Circumstantially

Cir`cum*stan"tial*ly

(?), adv. 1. In respect to circumstances; not essentially; accidentally.
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Of the fancy and intellect, the powers are only circumstantially different.
Glanvill.
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2. In every circumstance or particular; minutely.
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To set down somewhat circumstantially, not only the events, but the manner of my trials.
Boyle.
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