use provisionally in a sentence.
It says "provisionally accepted".
"… We have signed on and we are now operating what we call provisionally,"
He was really unfit for the trip up town from the old Van Winkle mansion; nevertheless, he made it rather than disappoint his new -- (I use the word provisionally) -- daughter-in-law, who had set her heart upon having the family see what she had bought.
Pat, you’re outside my knowledge base now, so I’ll take your word provisionally – grin for it.
NRSC chairman John Cornyn put out a statement accusing the Franken campaign of falsely declaring victory, and denouncing the idea of provisionally seating him while the expected legal dispute of the election is resolved:
It's tough to join the ranks of new planets, especially if you're called provisionally 2003 UB 313.