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  1. abjunctive(Adjective)

    Exceptional, isolated, disconnected, separate,

  2. Origin: From abiunctus, past participle of abiungo; from ab + iungo.

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  1. Abjunctive(adj)


  2. Origin: [L. abjunctus, p. p. of abjungere; ab + jungere to join.]


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