Consignificant Con`sig*nif"i*cant, a. Having joint or equal signification; synonymous. [R.] --Spelman. [1913 Webster]

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  • consignificant — |kän+ adjective Etymology: Medieval Latin consignificant , consignificans, present participle of consignificare to consignify : syncategorematic …   Useful english dictionary

  • consignificant — adjective a) Jointly significant b) Having the same signification …   Wiktionary

  • consignificant — con·significant …   English syllables

  • consignificant —   a. synonymous; meaningless unless used with another word.    ♦ consignification, n. meaning in context.    ♦ consignify, v.t …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • Consignificative — Con sig*nif i*ca*tive, a. Consignificant; jointly significate. [R.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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