Definition of Disjunctive conjunction

1. Noun. The conjunctive relation of units that expresses the disjunction of their meanings.

Generic synonyms: Conjunction



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disjunctive Conjunction

disjoins
disjoint
disjointed
disjointedly
disjointedness
disjointing
disjointly
disjointness
disjoints
disjunct
disjunction
disjunction mutant
disjunctions
disjunctive
disjunctive absorption
disjunctive conjunction (current term)
disjunctive normal form
disjunctively
disjunctiveness
disjunctives
disjunctivism
disjunctivist
disjunctivists
disjunctor
disjunctors
disjuncts
disjuncture
disjunctures
disjune
disjunes

Literary usage of Disjunctive conjunction

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1. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1904)
"same thing; and therefore the affidavit was not void for uncertainty because of the use of the disjunctive conjunction "or," separating the allegation that ..."

2. English Grammar on the Productive System: A Method of Instruction Recently by Roswell Chamberlain Smith (1869)
"A disjunctive conjunction. Q. What kind of a conjunction, then, ... Q. From the foregoing, what appears to be the use of the disjunctive conjunction ? 273. ..."

3. Smith's New Grammar: English Grammar on the Productive System: a Method of by Roswell Chamberlain Smith (1853)
"A disjunctive conjunction. Q. What kind of a conjunction, then, ... (J. From the foregoing, what appears to be the use of the disjunctive conjunction ? 273. ..."

4. The Grammar of English Grammars: With an Introduction, Historical and by Goold Brown (1858)
"Id. " The Disjunctive. Conjunction serves, not only to continue a ... Id. " When a disjunctive conjunction occurs between a singular noun or pronoun and a ..."

5. The Inland Educator by Francis M. Stalker, Charles Madison Curry, Walter W. Storms (1896)
"A disjunctive conjunction is a conjunction which expresses the relation of opposition. The typical disjunctive conjunction is the word, but; eg, ..."

6. Murray's English Grammar Simplified: Designed to Facilitate the Study of the by Allen Fisk, Lindley Murray (1822)
"... and his brother resides in London," But when two nouns or pronouns are connected by a disjunctive conjunction, they are to be considered separately, ..."

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