Definition of stipulate:
clamor, nail down, command, call, particularize, press, assign, insist, discipline, peg down, regulate, quest, claim, fix, designate, contain, specialise, cure, measure up, detail, keep down, curb, destine, set apart, exact, restrict, specialize, narrow, pin down, narrow down, determine, characterize, delimitate, train, confine, specify, control, qualify, define, check, delineate, delimit, characterise, condition, specific, particularise, intend, dispose, enjoin, set.
- condition (part of speech: noun)
- agree (part of speech: verb)
- promise (part of speech: verb)
- qualify (part of speech: verb)
- require (part of speech: verb)
- "Essays on Political Economy", Frederic Bastiat.
You will say, perhaps, we may stipulate some conditions with Spain which may secure us from all insults of this kind; but I think I shall have answered this objection when I assure you that Spain is so pressed with home troubles that she would not hesitate, for the sake of peace, to break the most solemn promises made to us; and this is an inconvenience for which I see no remedy.- "The Memoirs of Cardinal de Retz, Complete", Jean Francois Paul de Gondi, Cardinal de Retz.
In which covenant, the Father promising to confer eternal life upon a select number given unto Christ, upon condition of his fulfilling all righteousness for them; the Lord Jesus Christ did again stipulate and engage, as the condition of the covenant by him to be fulfilled, that in the fullness of time, assuming the human nature into a personal union with the divine, he would therein, and in the elect's name fulfill, not only the preceptive part of the law, but also bear the whole punishment contained in the threatening thereof: which covenant, that it might be absolutely free to sinners, and that the salvation therein provided for them, might not be of debt, but of grace, was unto Jesus Christ a covenant of redemption, nothing being therein promised to him, but upon his paying a full price, adequate to the most extensive demands of law and justice; according to Psal.- "Act, Declaration, & Testimony for the Whole of our Covenanted Reformation, as Attained to, and Established in Britain and Ireland; Particularly Betwixt the Years 1638 and 1649, Inclusive", The Reformed Presbytery.