Definition of Conjunctures

1. Noun. (plural of conjuncture) ¹



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Definition of Conjunctures

1. conjuncture [n] - See also: conjuncture

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Conjunctures

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conjunctivitis
conjunctivitis arida
conjunctivitis medicamentosa
conjunctivitis petrificans
conjunctivitis tularensis
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conjunctivochalasis
conjunctivodacryocystorhinostomy
conjunctivodacryocystostomy
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conjunctures (current term)
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conjuntos
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Literary usage of Conjunctures

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1. The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England by Edward Hyde Clarendon (1839)
"But such censures always attend such conjunctures, and find fault for what is not done, as well as with that which is done. The next morning the king called ..."

2. The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England: Together with an by Edward Hyde Clarendon (1849)
"... being a bishop, from the infamy he must undergo by a public trial ; yet the bishop's vanity had, in those conjunctures, so far transported him, ..."

3. Eminent British Lawyers by Henry Roscoe (1830)
"... great commonwealths of mankind have founded their establishments; much less any of those useful applications of them to critical conjunctures, by which, ..."

4. The Works of William Robertson: To which is Prefixed an Account of His Life by William Robertson, Alexander Stewart (1820)
"What engagements could bind her not to revenge the wrongs which she had suffered, nor to take advantage of the favourable conjunctures that might present ..."

5. Socialism: Its Nature, Its Dangers, and Its Remedies Considered by Moritz Kaufmann, Albert Schäffle (1874)
"conjunctures in Trade, and their influence on the Condition of the Working Classes. WE have in the preceding chapter spoken of that incessant process of ..."

6. The Church Cyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Church Doctrine, History by Angelo Ames Benton (1883)
"... those interposing acts, whether of mercy or of justice, which He in His inanité wisdom has seen fit to place at conjunctures in the history of our race. ..."

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