Synonyms for adjunct

Grammar : Noun
Spell : aj-uhngkt
Phonetic Transcription : ˈædʒ ʌŋkt

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Définition of adjunct

Origin :
  • 1580s, from Latin adjunctus "closely connected, joined, united;" as a noun, "a characteristic, essential attribute," past participle of adjungere "join to" (see adjoin).
  • noun addition; help
Example sentences :
  • What remains of the former cathedral is now an adjunct to a hotel.
  • Extract from : « The Cathedrals of Northern France » by Francis Miltoun
  • When I get a photograph I treasure it as an adjunct to the sketch.
  • Extract from : « Boy Scouts Handbook » by Boy Scouts of America
  • As an adjunct to class work, the travelling library is proposed.
  • Extract from : « The Arena » by Various
  • Sails can sometimes be used with advantage on the komatik as an adjunct.
  • Extract from : « A Labrador Doctor » by Wilfred Thomason Grenfell
  • If the adjunct is placed elsewhere, different considerations apply.
  • Extract from : « "Stops" » by Paul Allardyce
  • Either or both, however, may just as well be an adjunct of the rock garden.
  • Extract from : « Making A Rock Garden » by Henry Sherman Adams
  • The indigo tub was everywhere an adjunct to all home manufactures.
  • Extract from : « The Development of Embroidery in America » by Candace Wheeler
  • Every adjunct of a fortified residence is there in the hills.
  • Extract from : « East of Suez » by Frederic Courtland Penfield
  • The modern high school has ceased to be an adjunct to the college.
  • Extract from : « The New Education » by Scott Nearing
  • The Federal Government was, to his eye, merely an adjunct of the paper.
  • Extract from : « Campaigns of a Non-Combatant, » by George Alfred Townsend

Antonyms for adjunct

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