I'm in search of a certain word which I cannot find in the dictionary or the internet, but I found something like it.
The word is contingent.
- Liable to occur but not with certainty; possible: "All salaries are reckoned on contingent as well as on actual services" (Ralph Waldo Emerson).
- Dependent on conditions or occurrences not yet established; conditional: arms sales contingent on the approval of Congress. See Synonyms at dependent.
- Happening by chance or accident; fortuitous. See Synonyms at accidental.
- Logic True only under certain conditions; not necessarily or universally true: a contingent proposition.
The difference from this word and the word I am looking for would be that the meaning/definition of the word would go as follows:
- Only under certain conditions or circumstances but without fail, it will always succeed.
- Is not accidental, nor by any means of luck but is conditional.
- Does not require chance, To occur without fail, but only if certain conditions are met.
To expand on 3 a bit more, what I mean by "Does not require chance" would be that it's going or not going to happen; that if luck were to play in it that the outcome would still be the same no matter how lucky you were.