I. adjective Date: circa 1660 serving to connect • connectively adverb II. noun Date: 1751 something that connects: as a. a linguistic form that connects words or word groups b. a logical term (as or, if-then, and, not) or a symbol for it that relates propositions in such a way that the truth or falsity of the resulting statement is determined by the truth or falsity of the components

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