- conjunctival ring,
- conjunctival sac,
- conjunctival test,
- conjunctival varix,
- conjunctival vein,
- conjunctive eye movement,
Origin of conjunctive
Examples from the Web for conjunctive
The conjunctive and indicative forms of this mood, are explained in the conjugation of the verb to love.English Grammar in Familiar Lectures|Samuel Kirkham
The conjunctive principle lies concealed in every part of the male, and in every part of the female, 37, 46.The Delights of Wisdom Pertaining to Conjugial Love|Emanuel Swedenborg
But a comma is not sufficient before a conjunctive adverb like therefore.The Century Handbook of Writing|Garland Greever
Such, however, is not the case: byst in Anglo-Saxon is indicative, the conjunctive form being be.A Handbook of the English Language|Robert Gordon Latham
The only form that requires notice is that of the conjunctive participle.
Word Origin for conjunctive
late 15c., from Latin coniunctivus "serving to connect," from coniunctus, past participle of coniungere (see conjoin). Grammatical sense is from 1660s.