Noun(1) an uninflected function word that serves to conjoin words or phrases or clauses or sentences(2) an instrumentality that connects
Adjective(1) connecting or tending to connect
(1) Finally, the outer layer of connective cells surrounding the interior portions of the eye, a thin cartilaginous or bony tissue known as the sclera, is formed entirely from migratory neural crest cells.(2) While one of them advised against using ├ö├ç├┐while├ö├ç├û as a logical connective , I promptly found two such usages in the introduction to the same book.(3) The railway and its connective powers shaped the character, location, and economy of the small town on the Great Plains of North America.(4) To work efficiently, the message must have a context that the receiver comprehends, use a code that the participants share, and operate via a contact, a physical and psychological connective that each participant can enter.(5) We tend to take in static works quickly and process the information slowly letting the sequences of a show play out, the connective meanings and conjunctions emerging later.(6) The participants were exposed to medical, social and domestic aspects of mental retardation and therapeutic intervention and connective strategies and the need to help the retarded to lead an independent life.(7) It is sometimes a question of style - think of the ├ö├ç├┐technical├ö├ç├û innovations of black music, or the empathic and connective revolt of the ├ö├ç├┐movement of movements├ö├ç├û against capitalism.(8) The analysis of as such as a pure connective , liberated both from its antecedent and from its target of predication, may also apply to many of the examples where the antecedent and the modified noun phase are unexpectedly inaccessible.(9) They also modeled and practiced relational rights and responsibilities embedded in patriarchal connective networks, as they taught rights and responsibilities to their children.(10) However, there is no explicit connection - the verse about captivity and the sword may serve as a divider between two passages about beasts, rather than a connective statement.(11) In addition, the long-distance binding/logophoric domain in East Asian languages can also be introduced by a logocentric complementizer or connective .(12) I find this helpful as it helps me to break out of word-thinking, and sometimes ├ö├ç├┐analysing├ö├ç├û a word in terms of images sets off further associations and connective ideas.(13) In the section below, I explain the construct of the connective self, patriarchal connectivity, and relational rights and responsibilities, which I found to be locally upheld ideas.(14) While all three groups employ formal strategies that distance their work from mainstream rock practices, their surface-level musical differences force us to look more deeply for connective threads.(15) As in a dream, we see here the generation of a connective logic among objects and images that are not otherwise linked.(16) This result is compatible with the findings of previous studies, which indicated that grid and connective networks had worse safety records compared with modern layouts relying on many low-connectivity streets.
(1) connective tissue :: pepa solo connective
1. conjunction ::
2. continuative ::
3. conjunctive ::
Different Formsconnective, connectives
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