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Synonyms for conjunctive

an uninflected function word that serves to conjoin words or phrases or clauses or sentences

serving or tending to connect


involving the joint activity of two or more

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In this paper the logico-semantics of Ekegusii conjunctive forms is studied in order to show how the conjunctive forms enable cohesion through their elaborative nature.
21] proposed an efficient secure channel-free public key encryption with a conjunctive field keyword search scheme that can secure against off-line keyword-guessing attacks.
Following Deleuze and Guattari, Berardi (2015) notes that the connective and the conjunctive are not mutually exclusive, but often coexist within the same body:
Conjunctive Water use for Irrigation: Good theory, Poor Practice, ODI Irrigation Management/Network Paper 4.
In our friend Q's claim, all that was needed was a brief review of the actual form language to find, whether by error or intent, that the included punctuation and conjunctive wording left them entirely separate provisions.
The average area irrigated b y conjunctive use of canal and tubewell water ranged from 1 to 40 acres depending upon the location of land and type of well and its discharge.
We often choose to specify the nature of this relationship by adding an appropriate conjunctive adverb, such as consequently, also, besides, moreover, or nevertheless.
To use a conjunctive adverb or conjunctive adverbial phrase correctly, you must first think clearly about the relationship between the clauses and sentences that you wish to connect.
Given the complexity of Halliday and Hasan's (1976) model, the decision was made to focus on one aspect of cohesion in this study, and that was conjunctive devices.
Ahmed-v- Hamidiand conveys the conjunctive sense of or `and'/'an addition to something'.
However, complete solution to these social evils is impossible without active participation, coordination of all stakeholders, discharging their constitutional duties of maintaining peace, establishing rule of law", he reasoned: stressing that these social evils need to be uprooted through a collaborative and conjunctive effort before they completely erode the social fabric.
This month, President Obama highlighted these conjunctive processes as a way of getting things done during his State of the Union address.
When a federal criminal statute uses the word "or" to specify several means by which an offense may be committed, federal district courts require prosecutors to charge the offenses in the conjunctive using the word "and.
Harris is interested in three: supersessionary, "according to which the present or future differs and distances itself from the past"; explosive, in which the past ruptures elements of the status quo, revealing them as inadequate, incomplete, or not fully true; and conjunctive, in which elements of different times or ages may be held in proximity, mutually enlightening and embracing each other's difference (4).
For example, traditionally, three types of coordination are proposed: conjunctive (and), disjunctive (or), adversative (or); rarely, other more restricted types are also proposed, such as causative (for).