Pronunciation: /kənˈdʒʌŋ(k)t /
- 1Joined together, combined, or associated.More example sentences
- A poet may not open up continents but he can make readers join in his solitude and shame, bringing about a kind of church, or ‘pleasure-dome’, of sympathetic conjunct attention.
- These two conjunct objects of the Divine Covenant are to be carefully considered, in order to obtain a clear and accurate view of miraculous inspiration by the Holy Ghost.
- A small city of conjunct houses of unfired bricks and without streets was built in the town at Catal Huyuk in Turkey.
- 1.1 Music Relating to the movement of a melody between adjacent notes of the scale.More example sentences
- Her preferred textures are thin, often of single lines; although conjunct motion dominates, tonal associations are studiously avoided and contrapuntal combinations are consistently dissonant.
- These examples show how naturally he thinks in terms of conjunct motion in the bass.
- 1.2 Astrology In conjunction with: Moon conjunct JupiterMore example sentences
- In my own chart, the Moon is in Scorpio, and Uranus is conjunct my Libra Ascendant, but Aquarius is not particularly prominent at all.
- Pluto is conjunct the Midheaven from the ninth house, along with Mercury, which is still retrograde, and in the tenth house.
- Saturn is conjunct the US natal Jupiter, which will make the difficult tasks somewhat easier.
Pronunciation: /ˈkɒndʒʌŋ(k)t /Back to top
- 1Each of two or more things which are joined or associated.More example sentences
- There is a separate section dealing with the formation of conjuncts.
- If there are a few conjuncts that are important enough to be included, let me know, and will add those definitions to the file.
- The complex text may contain as many or as few conjuncts and other typographical features as the typeface designers and engineers care to include.
- 1.1 Logic Each of the terms of a conjunctive proposition.More example sentences
- If two conjunctions are logically equivalent, it does not follow that the conjuncts of one are logically equivalent to the conjuncts of the other.
- Most of the conjuncts will be vacuously true by virtue of having false antecedents - i.e., there will be indefinitely many things that John did not say.
- Contents of conjunctions are the intersections of the sets representing their conjuncts.
- 1.2 Grammar An adverbial whose function is to join two sentences or other discourse units (e.g. however, anyway, in the first place).More example sentences
- In the third case, the shared constituent is a prepositional phrase, connected to noun phrases in both conjuncts.
- In any case, prepositions omitted in second conjuncts are routine.
- Here the two conjuncts have all their verbs and the ‘using’ clauses come before the ‘computing’ clauses.
late Middle English: from Latin conjunctus, past participle of conjungere 'join together' (see conjoin).
More definitions of conjunctDefinition of conjunct in:
- The US English dictionary