Su`per*ven"ient (?), a. [L. superveniens, p.pr.]

Coming as something additional or extraneous; coming afterwards.

That branch of belief was in him supervenient to Christian practice. Hammond.

Divorces can be granted, a mensa et toro, only for supervenient causes. Z. Swift.

 

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