adjunctive

adjunctive

[uh-juhngk-tiv]
adjective
forming an adjunct.

Origin:
1745–55; adjunct + -ive

adjunctively, adverb
nonadjunctive, adjective
nonadjunctively, adverb
unadjunctive, adjective
unadjunctively, adverb
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adjunct (ˈædʒʌŋkt)
 
n
1.  something incidental or not essential that is added to something else
2.  a person who is subordinate to another
3.  grammar
 a.  part of a sentence other than the subject or the predicate
 b.  (in systemic grammar) part of a sentence other than the subject, predicator, object, or complement; usually a prepositional or adverbial group
 c.  part of a sentence that may be omitted without making the sentence ungrammatical; a modifier
4.  logic another name for accident
 
adj
5.  added or connected in a secondary or subordinate position; auxiliary
 
[C16: from Latin adjunctus, past participle of adjungere to adjoin]
 
adjunctive
 
adj
 
'adjunctly
 
adv

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