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  • adv. In a conjunctive way.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In conjunction or union; together.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a conjunctive or united manner; in combination; together.


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conjunctive +‎ -ly


  • ˜distributive supposition™, in which one can descend logically from the sentence using the term conjunctively, as in

    William Heytesbury

  • I'd like to thank Canada Post and the Canadian Forces for conjunctively bringing families and friends closer to their families and friends closer through the holiday season through this service.

    Canada Post Will Continue Program of Free Delivery to Deployed Troops

  • But I found some early English cases in which a defendant had actually committed the offense in all of possible ways, and prosecutors just charged all of the means conjunctively in the indictment.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Strange Practice of Indicting in the Conjunctive:

  • Upon indictments, it has been so determined, that an alternative charge is not good, as ‘forged or caused to be forged’; though only one need be proved, if laid conjunctively, as ‘forged and caused to be forged.’

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Strange Practice of Indicting in the Conjunctive:

  • Second, grammar masks a difference between existential and universally quantified propositions: the main predicates are related conjunctively in the former, and conditionally in the latter.

    Logical Form

  • It is not to be regarded as being in a state that can be conjunctively analysed in terms of having an experience that such and such is the case, plus some further, extra-mental conditions that are ˜blankly external to one's subjectivity™.

    Petty Injuries

  • So the proponent of this view agrees with McDowell that when one sees that such and such is the case one is in a distinctive kind of mental state that cannot be conjunctively analysed.

    Petty Injuries

  • In the same way that hell can be seen, so can evil and, conjunctively, the concept of Satan.

    Week 8: Lent

  • The medieval metaphysical dispute between nominalism, conceptualism, and platonism needs to be resolved conjunctively: all three are needed: a nominalism is required for concrete particulars, a conceptualism for particular-applicative concepts, and a platonism for abstractions (e.g., in prime mathematics).

    Process Philosophy

  • G is conjunctively complete iff for every set of facts H in Ï (F),



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