At first Wales and Sanger conceived of Wikipedia merely as an adjunct to Nupedia, sort of like a feeder product or farm team.
She appeared at his side, impish smile in place, dutiful, fragrantly rather than ferociously sexy, and—frustratingly—an adjunct.
Garry Wills is an adjunct professor of history at Northwestern University.
He is an adjunct professor at the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University in New York.
She is an adjunct fellow at Manhattan Institute, a contributing editor to its magazine, City Journal, and a Fox News commentator.
To the south-east corner was attached an adjunct, 14 by 22 feet.
If the adjunct is placed elsewhere, different considerations apply.
It was to traverse many States and Territories, and was to be accomplished with every adjunct of unstinted comfort and refinement.
The indigo tub was everywhere an adjunct to all home manufactures.
As an adjunct of his residence Putney Congdon maintains a machine shop where he finds ample time for experiment.
1580s, from Latin adjunctus "closely connected, joined, united;" as a noun, "a characteristic, essential attribute," past participle of adjungere "join to" (see adjoin).
1590s, from Latin adjunctus "closely connected, joined, united," past participle of adjungere "join to" (see adjoin). Adjunct professor is 1826, American English.