uncorrelativity

correlative

[kuh-rel-uh-tiv]
adjective
1.
so related that each implies or complements the other.
2.
being in correlation; mutually related.
3.
Grammar. answering to or complementing one another and regularly used in association, as either and or, not only and but.
4.
Biology. (of a typical structure of an organism) found in correlation with another.
noun
5.
either of two things, as two terms, that are correlative.
6.
Grammar. a correlative expression.
Also, especially British, corelative.


Origin:
1520–30; < Medieval Latin correlātīvus. See cor-, relative

correlatively, adverb
correlativeness, correlativity, noun
noncorrelative, adjective
noncorrelatively, adverb
noncorrelativeness, noun
uncorrelative, adjective
uncorrelatively, adverb
uncorrelativeness, noun
uncorrelativity, noun
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correlative (kɒˈrɛlətɪv)
 
adj
1.  in mutual, complementary, or reciprocal relationship; corresponding
2.  denoting words, usually conjunctions, occurring together though not adjacently in certain grammatical constructions, as for example neither and nor in such sentences as he neither ate nor drank
 
n
3.  either of two things that are correlative
4.  a correlative word
 
cor'relatively
 
adv
 
cor'relativeness
 
n
 
correla'tivity
 
n

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