Antonyms for nexus
|Grammar : Noun|
|Spell : nek-suh s|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˈnɛk səs|
Definition of nexusOrigin :
- 1660s, "bond, link, means of communication," from Latin nexus "that which ties or binds together," past participle of nectere "to bind," from PIE root *ned- "to bind, tie" (see net (n.)).
- noun middle
- The transaction, as to his part of it, is incomplete, and he is still considered to be nexus.
- Extract from : « Ancient Law » by Sir Henry James Sumner Maine
- The nexus between them and events was not cause and effect, but magic.
- Extract from : « Folkways » by William Graham Sumner
- Except in the idea of God there is no nexus between the two.
- Extract from : « Dictionary of Quotations from Ancient and Modern, English and Foreign Sources » by James Wood
- "No nexus exists but the economic one between the two groups," she wrote.
- Extract from : « The Crow's Nest » by Clarence Day, Jr.
- The only nexus there could be between the executive and the mass of voters was personal.
- Extract from : « Behind the Mirrors » by Clinton W. Gilbert
- The future is not except by relation; the past is not at all, and the present but a sign of a nexus between the two.
- Extract from : « The Posthumous Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 1 (2 vols) » by Thomas De Quincey
- What connection might there be between these statements, which seemed to weave a nexus of hate between the son and the dead lover?
- Extract from : « Their Son; The Necklace » by Eduardo Zamacois
- Ideas are thus the nexus of relation between God and the visible universe, and between the human and the Divine reason.
- Extract from : « Christianity and Greek Philosophy » by Benjamin Franklin Cocker
- Correlation is a bond, nexus, or connection subsisting between different growths.
- Extract from : « The Catholic World, Vol. X, October 1869 » by Various
- It is more difficult to establish satisfactorily a nexus between Rousseau's and Franklin's minds.
- Extract from : « Benjamin Franklin » by Frank Luther Mott
Synonyms for nexus
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