- united, joined, or linked.
- having a connection.
- joined together in sequence; linked coherently: connected ideas.
- related by family ties.
- having social or professional relationships, especially with influential or powerful persons.
- Mathematics. pertaining to a set for which no cover exists, consisting of two open sets whose intersections with the given set are disjoint and nonempty.
Origin of connected
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Examples from the Web for connectedness
Afterward, the throng of women is left in a very different mood from the connectedness that prevailed at the conference.Maria Shriver Speaks Out
October 30, 2010
The normal mental life is characterized by the connectedness of the contents.Psychotherapy
The integrity, the wholeness, and the connectedness of the person simply and assuredly is central.
The child's indolence is due to the same cause—lack of connectedness between ideas.The Moral Instruction of Children
Through being with another, connectedness occurs and moments of joy are experienced by both.
The caring moment is connectedness between nurse and other and both experience moments of joy.
- joined or linked together
- (of speech) coherent and intelligible
- logic maths (of a relation) such that either it or its converse holds between any two members of its domain
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