sub-conjunctive

conjunctive

[kuhn-juhngk-tiv]
adjective
1.
serving to connect; connective: conjunctive tissue.
2.
conjoined; joint: a conjunctive action.
3.
Grammar.
a.
(of a mode) subjunctive.
b.
(of a pronoun) conjunct.
c.
of the nature of a conjunction.
d.
(of an adverb) serving to connect two clauses or sentences, as however or furthermore.
4.
Logic. characterizing propositions that are conjunctions.
noun
5.
Grammar. a conjunctive word; a conjunction.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English conjunctif < Late Latin conjunctīvus. See conjunct, -ive

conjunctively, adverb
nonconjunctive, adjective
nonconjunctively, adverb
subconjunctive, adjective
subconjunctively, adverb
unconjunctive, adjective
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conjunctive (kənˈdʒʌŋktɪv)
 
adj
1.  joining; connective
2.  joined
3.  of or relating to conjunctions or their use
4.  logic relating to, characterized by, or containing a conjunction
 
n
5.  a less common word for conjunction
 
[C15: from Late Latin conjunctīvus, from Latin conjungere to conjoin]
 
con'junctively
 
adv

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conjunctive
1580s, from L. conjunctivus, from conjunct-, pp. stem of conjungere (see conjoin). Grammatical sense is from 1660s.
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