conjunctive

[ kuh n-juhngk-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF conjunctive

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The sign of the conditional is ḥe or ḥ; that of the conjunctive ḷe or ḷ.

She waited a moment for him to express the limitation which the conjunctive implied.

That percept was what I meant, for into it my idea has passed by conjunctive experiences of sameness and fulfilled intention.

But a comma is not sufficient before a conjunctive adverb like therefore.

Here also exhaustion is a conjunctive cause, for overexertion can not be long continued without exhaustion.

Were the desires, the ideas and the methods in conjunctive harmony with planetary evolution?

The printer might have taken for for tho', or have supposed that 'be' was the conjunctive mood.

Perhaps, however, we are to view 'stand' as in the conjunctive mood, and expressing a condition.

Both are a collection of cells diverse in form, multipolar, and maintained by a conjunctive pellicule (stroma).

Hereupon, these various ideas at once co-ordinate themselves into the larger idea that who is conjunctive.

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