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Definition of "prospectively" [pro•spec•tive•ly]

  • In a prospective manner. (adverb)

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Use "prospectively" in a sentence
  • "Bloomberg can put a referendum on the 2009 ballot and then bring together a coalition to figure out a proposal that asks voters whether they now want to go to three terms prospectively, like federal term limits and Truman."
  • "More than 90 percent were scanned with the most advanced machines and with the latest x-ray trimming technique, called prospectively gated CT."
  • "There is no doubt that the section is lawful if applied prospectively, that is, to mortgages issued after the law goes into effect."