For the whole logic and strictness of connexion is only apparent.
The connexion in Lower Canada were anxious to secure him as a minister there.
Their implements of war and their canoes show a connexion with the Malays.
There is only one other remark to be made in this connexion.
In six out of thirteen cases we seem to see a connexion of the simplest kind between the hides and the hundreds.
The connexion with the Forest of two of these gentlemen, viz.
Who was the second, who has attained such notoriety in connexion with Nelson's name; and when and where were they married?
The ladder is an old and outworn metaphor in this connexion.
The whitened face and baggy costume indicate a connexion also with the continental Pierrot.
But this committee had no connexion with that of secret correspondence.
late 14c., conneccion, later connexioun (mid-15c.), from Old French connexion, from Latin connexionem (nominative connexio) "a binding or joining together," from *connexare, frequentative of conectere "to fasten together, to tie, join together," from com- "together" (see com-) + nectere "to bind, tie" (see nexus).
Spelling shifted from connexion to connection (especially in American English) mid-18c. under influence of connect, abetted by affection, direction, etc.
connection con·nec·tion (kə-něk'shən)
The act of connecting or the state of being connected.
Something that connects.