disjunctive definition

  • adjective:
    • Serving to separate your lives or divide.
    • Grammar Serving to ascertain a relationship of contrast or opposition. The conjunction but in the expression poor but comfortable is disjunctive.
    • Logic Of a proposition that presents two or more alternative terms.
    • Logic Of a syllogism which has a disjunction as you idea.
    • Not connected. Separated
    • Of an individual pronoun, not utilized in immediate combination with all the verb which the pronoun is the subject, instances:
    • looking after disjoin; isolating; disjoining.
    • related to disjunct tetrachords.
    • providing or looking after divide or separate
    • Serving to separate or divide.
    • Grammar Serving to determine a relationship of contrast or resistance. The conjunction in the expression bad but comfortable is disjunctive.
    • Logic Of a proposition that displays a couple of alternative terms.
    • Logic Of a syllogism which has a disjunction as one premise.
    • Not connected. Separated
    • Of an individual pronoun, maybe not found in immediate combination using verb which the pronoun could be the topic, examples:
    • maintaining disjoin; dividing; disjoining.
    • Pertaining to disjunct tetrachords.
    • offering or maintaining divide or split up
  • noun:
    • Grammar A disjunctive conjunction.
    • A disjunction.
    • A disjunctive conjunction.
    • A disjunctive idea.
    • In grammar, a word that disjoins; a disjunctive conjunction, as or, nor, neither.
    • In reasoning, a disjunctive proposition.
    • Grammar A disjunctive combination.
    • A disjunction.
    • A disjunctive conjunction.
    • A disjunctive idea.
    • In grammar, a word that disjoins; a disjunctive combination, as or, nor, neither.
    • In logic, a disjunctive idea.
  • others:
    • Serving or looking after disjoin; separating; dividing; identifying: as, a disjunctive conjunction.
    • not capable of joining or uniting.
    • Comprising or marked by a disjunction or separation of components.
    • In music, related to disjunct tetrachords: as, a disjunctive interval
    • Serving or tending to disjoin; isolating; dividing; distinguishing: because, a disjunctive conjunction.
    • Incapable of joining or uniting.
    • Comprising or marked by a disjunction or split of components.
    • In music, with respect to disjunct tetrachords: as, a disjunctive interval

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