disjunctive

[adj] - serving or tending to divide or separate
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Disjunctive

Dis·junc'tive adjective [ Latin disjunctivus : confer French disjonctif .] 1. Tending to disjoin; separating; disjoining. 2. (Mus.) Pertaining to disjunct tetrachords. ' Disjunctive notes.' Moore (Encyc. of Music). Disjunctive conjunction
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disjunctive

1. Tending to disjoin; separating; disjoining. ... 2. Pertaining to disjunct tetrachords. 'Disjunctive notes.' Disjunctive conjunction, one in which the major proposition is disjunctive; as, the earth moves in a circle or an ellipse; but in does not move in a circle, therefore it moves in an ellipse. ... Origin: L. Disjunctivus: cf. F. Disjonctif. ...
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disjunctive

adjective serving or tending to divide or separate
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Disjunctive

• (a.) Pertaining to disjunct tetrachords. • (n.) A disjunctive conjunction. • (n.) A disjunctive proposition. • (a.) Tending to disjoin; separating; disjoining.
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Disjunctive

A sentence of either of the forms A ? B, A + B (or a proposition expressed by such a sentence) -- see Logic, formal, § 1 -- may be called a disjunctive sentence (or proposition). -- A. C.
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