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other words for connectives
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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
The third method of securing coherence in a sentence is by the use of connectives.
The use of connectives has been discussed when treating of emphasis secured by subdual of unimportant details.
The organs of locomotion: muscles and their attachments and connectives; namely, tendons, ligaments, and bones.
A CIVIC BIOLOGYGEORGE WILLIAM HUNTER
In these combinations, the vowels e and o are sometimes used as connectives.
Closely associated with the optic was the small oculomotor, and near the connectives the small second antennal.
Connectives that accompany a parallel series should be repeated when clearness requires.
THE CENTURY HANDBOOK OF WRITINGGARLAND GREEVER
Look carefully to the little connectives that bind up the thought, words that are only too rare in our English language.
TALKS TO FRESHMAN GIRLSHELEN DAWES BROWN
If it means a neglect of connectives, it may, perhaps, apply to Brutus.
A DIALOGUE CONCERNING ORATORY, OR THE CAUSES OF CORRUPT ELOQUENCECORNELIUS TACITUS
But, “shining and tall and fair and straight,” because all the connectives are expressed.
Thus these co-ordinate conjunctions can scarcely be considered as pure connectives.
PLAIN ENGLISHMARIAN WHARTON