noun, plural pro·vi·sos, pro·vi·soes.
Origin of proviso
Examples from the Web for proviso
The key point is the proviso that Murray notes: insofar as men need to work to survive.
The kingdom takes them in on the proviso that they stay out of politics.
When contemplating how to evaluate Barack Obama's first 100 days, it's important to keep in mind the proviso: Compared to what?
I would put in no Wilmot proviso for the mere purpose of a taunt or a reproach.
But there was a proviso in Wyckholme's bequest, just as there was in that of Skaggs.The Man From Brodney's|George Barr McCutcheon
That is, of course, with the proviso that your literary worship is not a monotheism.Platform Monologues|T. G. Tucker
In saying this, I admit I do not certainly know what he would do on the Wilmot proviso.Life of Abraham Lincoln|Frank Crosby
Under the proviso that he inflict injury upon none, the individual shall himself oversee the satisfaction of his own instincts.Woman under socialism|August Bebel