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Synonyms for conjunction
kənˈdʒʌŋk ʃən

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. concurrence, coincidence, conjunction, co-occurrence(noun)

    the temporal property of two things happening at the same time

    "the interval determining the coincidence gate is adjustable"

    Synonyms:
    conjugation, colligation, connective, attendant, accompaniment, concurrence, co-occurrence, meeting of minds, junction, continuative, concurrency, happenstance, concomitant, alignment, coincidence, conjunctive

  2. junction, conjunction, conjugation, colligation(noun)

    the state of being joined together

    Synonyms:
    conjugation, colligation, adjunction, join, connective, uniting, pairing, coupling, concurrence, joint, co-occurrence, union, articulation, junction, continuative, sexual union, juncture, unification, mating, jointure, alignment, coincidence, conjunctive

  3. conjunction, conjunctive, connective, continuative(noun)

    an uninflected function word that serves to conjoin words or phrases or clauses or sentences

    Synonyms:
    concurrence, connector, co-occurrence, junction, connective, continuative, alignment, conjugation, connecter, conjunctive, coincidence, connection, colligation, connexion

  4. conjunction(noun)

    the grammatical relation between linguistic units (words or phrases or clauses) that are connected by a conjunction

    Synonyms:
    concurrence, co-occurrence, junction, connective, continuative, alignment, conjugation, conjunctive, coincidence, colligation

  5. conjunction, alignment(noun)

    (astronomy) apparent meeting or passing of two or more celestial bodies in the same degree of the zodiac

    Synonyms:
    concurrence, co-occurrence, junction, connective, continuative, alliance, alignment, conjugation, coalition, conjunctive, coincidence, colligation, alinement

  6. junction, conjunction(noun)

    something that joins or connects

    Synonyms:
    concurrence, alignment, joint, junction, connective, continuative, articulation, conjugation, juncture, conjunctive, coincidence, join, colligation, adjunction, co-occurrence

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. conjunction

    We speak of an alliance of nations, a club of pleasure-seekers, a community of Shakers, a company of soldiers or of friends, a confederacy, confederation, federation, or union of separate states under one general government, a partnership or company of business men, a conjunction of planets. The whole body of Freemasons constitute a fraternity; one of their local organizations is called a lodge. A corporation or company is formed for purposes of business; an association or society (tho also incorporated) is for learning, literature, benevolence, religion, etc. Compare ASSOCIATE; ACQUAINTANCE; FRIENDSHIP.

    Synonyms:
    alliance, association, club, community, companionship, company, confederacy, confederation, connection, corporation, familiarity, federation, fellowship, fraternity, friendship, lodge, participation, partnership, society, union

    Antonyms:
    disintegration, independence, isolation, separation, solitude

    Preposition:
    An association of scholars for the advancement of knowledge; association with the good is ennobling.

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. conjunction(n.)

    Synonyms:
    union, association, combination, connection

  2. conjunction(n.)

    Synonyms:
    (astron.) apparent meeting (of two stars or planets)

  3. conjunction(n.)

    Synonyms:
    (Gram.) connective, connecting word

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How to use conjunction in a sentence?

  1. Lydia Cisaruk:

    Before the acquisition, this matter was addressed by the franchise owner/operator in conjunction with the licensing authorities, staffing changes were made prior to the school coming under corporate ownership last year.

  2. Patrick Hartigan in a statement:

    By the time skies are fully dark in Houston, for example, the conjunction will be just 9 degrees above the horizon, viewing that would be manageable if the weather cooperates and you have an unobstructed view to the southwest.

  3. Michael Millenson:

    Automating personalized messages isn't a terrible thing; we all get some of that in our everyday lives, the real question is whether this kind of automated messaging is in conjunction with a cultural change in how doctors think about their patients or not.

  4. Mike McNaney:

    The announcement only addresses one element of the path forward – the utilization of testing to help further protect public health, we strongly believe it must also be utilized in conjunction with measures to reduce quarantine levels.

  5. John Vignocchi:

    Hopefully, when our playset comes out this fall in conjunction with the film, they'll think that we've delivered.

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