Definitions for disjunctively

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

dis•junc•tivedɪsˈdʒʌŋk tɪv(adj.)

  1. serving or tending to disjoin.

  2. syntactically setting two or more expressions in opposition to each other, as but in poor but happy, or expressing an alternative, as or in not syntactically dependent upon some particular expression.

    this or that.

    Category: Grammar

  3. characterizing logical propositions that include alternatives. (of a syllogism) containing at least one disjunctive proposition as a premise.

    Category: Philosphy

  4. (n.)a disjunctive proposition.

    Category: Philosphy

  5. a disjunctive word.

    Category: Grammar

Origin of disjunctive:

1400–50; late ME < LL

dis•junc′tive•ly(adv.)

Wiktionary

  1. disjunctively(Adverb)

    In a disjunctive manner.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Disjunctively(adverb)

    in a disjunctive manner; separately

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