connective

[adj] - connecting or tending to connect
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Connective

A connective is a word or phrase that links clauses or sentences. Connectives can be conjunctions (eg but, when, because) or connecting adverbs (eg however, then, therefore). Connecting adverbs (and adverbial phrases and clauses) maintain the cohesion of a text in several basic ways, including:   addition also, furthermore, moreover opposition ...
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Connective

Con·nect'ive adjective Connecting, or adapted to connect; involving connection. Connection tissue (Anat.) See Conjunctive tissue , under Conjunctive .
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connective

The part of an anther that connects the lobes. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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connective

adjective connecting or tending to connect; `connective remarks between chapters`; `connective tissue in animals`; `conjunctive tissue in plants`
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connective

(kә-nek´tiv) serving as a link or binding.
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Connective

• (n.) That which connects • (a.) Connecting, or adapted to connect; involving connection. • (n.) That part of an anther which connects its thecae, lobes, or cells. • (n.) A word that connect words or sentences; a conjunction or preposition.
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connective

in logic, a word or group of words that joins two or more propositions together to form a connective proposition. Commonly used connectives include ... [8 related articles]
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connective

General term for a word or phrase that links sentences, clauses, or phrases. There are two main types: conjunctions and adverbs that link one clause to another. Examples of conjunctions are and, or, but, as in `I speak German but I don't speak Spanish`. Ad...
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connective

the part of an anther that connects the anther cells.
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connective

the tissue separating two lobes of an anther
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Connective

A longitudinal cord of nerve fibers connecting successive ganglia.
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Connective

The filament or tissue connecting the two cells of an anther, particularly when the cells are separated.
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connective

The sterile portion of the anther between the two anther cells.
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