• Joining; connective.
  • Joined together; combined.
  • None
  • Of, relating to, or being a conjunction.
  • Serving to connect elements of meaning and construction within sentences, as <em>and</em> and <em>since,</em> or between sentences, as <em>therefore.</em>
  • A connective word, especially a conjunction or conjunctive adverb.
  • Closely connected or united.
  • Connecting; connective; uniting; serving to connect or unite.
  • In <em>grammar</em>, the conjunctive mode. See above.
  • In <em>mathematics</em>, the sum of rational integral functions, each affected by an arbitrary multiplier. The sum is said to be the <em>conjunctive</em> of the functions.
  • Serving to unite; connecting together.
  • Closely united.
  • the mood which follows a conjunction or expresses contingency; the subjunctive mood.
  • the tissue found in nearly all parts of most animals. It yields gelatin on boiling, and consists of vriously arranged fibers which are imbedded protoplasmic cells, or corpuscles; -- called also <altname>cellular tissue</altname> and <altname>connective tissue</altname>. Adipose or fatty tissue is one of its many forms, and cartilage and bone are sometimes included by the phrase.
  • relating to a <xref>conjunction</xref>
  • of a <xref>personal pronoun</xref>, used only in immediate conjunction with the verb of which the pronoun is the subject, such as French <xref>je</xref> or Irish <xref>sé</xref>
  • <xref>Subjunctive</xref>: inflected to indicate that an act or state of being is possible, contingent or hypothetical, and not a fact.
  • of or relating to logical conjunction
  • involving the joint activity of two or more
  • serving or tending to connect
  • an uninflected function word that serves to conjoin words or phrases or clauses or sentences
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