You use provisional to describe something that has been arranged or appointed for the present, but may be changed in the future. adj
...the possibility of setting up a provisional coalition government..., It was announced that the times were provisional and subject to confirmation.
provisionally adv ADV with v
The seven republics had provisionally agreed to the new relationship on November 14th.
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