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- That which attends, or relates to, or in some way affects, a fact or event; an attendant thing or state of things.
- An event; a fact; a particular incident.
- Circumlocution; detail.
- Condition in regard to worldly estate; state of property; situation; surroundings.
- To place in a particular situation; to supply relative incidents.
- The Nuttall Encyclopedia
Cir"cum*stance (?), n. [L.
circumstantia, fr. circumstans, -antis, p.
pr. of circumstare to stand around; circum + stare
to stand. See Stand.] 1. That which
attends, or relates to, or in some way affects, a fact or event;
an attendant thing or state of things.
The circumstances are well known in the
country where they happened.
2. An event; a fact; a particular
The sculptor had in his thoughts the conqueror
weeping for new worlds, or the like circumstances in
3. Circumlocution; detail.
So without more circumstance at all
I hold it fit that we shake hands and part.
4. pl. Condition in regard to
worldly estate; state of property; situation;
When men are easy in their circumstances,
they are naturally enemies to innovations.
Not a circumstance, of no account.
[Colloq.] -- Under the circumstances,
taking all things into consideration.
Syn. -- Event; occurrence; incident; situation;
condition; position; fact; detail; item. See Event.
Cir"cum*stance, v. t. To place
in a particular situation; to supply relative
The poet took the matters of fact as they came
down to him and circumstanced them, after his own
- Webster's Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
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