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otherwise the economy may suffer a deep recession which will cut the tax revenues governments need to service their own debt.
Unless otherwise noted, the compounds mentioned below are in the early stages of human testing.
The housing is too cheap and the folks are too kind for it to be otherwise.
Store cookies at room temperature unless recipe directs otherwise.
otherwise it's all down to bad guys and good guys, which is really boring.
It's a taxable but otherwise free perk at my college.
The results confirmed that despite the otherwise pristine appearance of the marsh, oil residues remained.
Even so, thousands of law-enforcement officers on our streets are being told otherwise.
The resulting multiple perspectives provide possibilities that might otherwise not have been.
British Dictionary definitions for otherwise
or else; if not, then: go home — otherwise your mother will worry
differently: I wouldn't have thought otherwise
in other respects: an otherwise hopeless situation
(predicative) of an unexpected nature; different: the facts are otherwise
something different in outcome: success or otherwise
The expression otherwise than means in any other way than and should not be followed by an adjective: no-one taught by this method can be other than (not otherwise than) successful; you are not allowed to use the building otherwise than as a private dwelling
C14: from Old English on ōthre wīsan in other manner