Synonyms for adjunct
Antonyms for adjunct
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADJUNCT
What remains of the former cathedral is now an adjunct to a hotel.
When I get a photograph I treasure it as an adjunct to the sketch.
As an adjunct to class work, the travelling library is proposed.
Sails can sometimes be used with advantage on the komatik as an adjunct.
If the adjunct is placed elsewhere, different considerations apply.
Either or both, however, may just as well be an adjunct of the rock garden.
The indigo tub was everywhere an adjunct to all home manufactures.
Every adjunct of a fortified residence is there in the hills.
The modern high school has ceased to be an adjunct to the college.
The Federal Government was, to his eye, merely an adjunct of the paper.
1580s, from Latin adjunctus "closely connected, joined, united;" as a noun, "a characteristic, essential attribute," past participle of adjungere "join to" (see adjoin).