Copulatively
Copulatively \Cop"u*la"tive*ly\, adv. In a copulative manner. [1913 Webster]

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  • copulatively — See copulative. * * * …   Universalium

  • copulatively — adv. with connected words or clauses (Grammar) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • copulatively — cop·u·la·tive·ly …   English syllables

  • copulatively — adverb see copulative I …   Useful english dictionary

  • copulative — copulatively, adv. /kop yeuh lay tiv, leuh tiv/, adj. 1. serving to unite or couple. 2. Gram. a. involving or consisting of connected words or clauses: a copulative sentence. b. pertaining to or serving as a copula; serving to connect subject and …   Universalium

  • List of English copulae — This is a list of English copulae. Because many of these copulative verbs may be used non copulatively, examples are provided. * Tom acted suspicious. * Bill appears satisfied, but really is not. * Tom is a coward. * (inchoative) Tom became… …   Wikipedia

  • copulative — adjective 1》 Grammar (of a word) connecting words or clauses linked in sense.     ↘connecting a subject and predicate. 2》 relating to sexual intercourse. Derivatives copulatively adverb …   English new terms dictionary

  • copulative — /ˈkɒpjulətɪv/ (say kopyoohluhtiv) adjective 1. serving to unite or couple. 2. involving or consisting of connected words or clauses. 3. of the nature of a copula: a copulative verb. 4. of or relating to copulation. –noun 5. a copulative word.… …   Australian English dictionary

  • copulative — [käp′yo͞olāt΄iv, käp′yo͞olə tiv, käp′yəlāt΄iv, käp′yələ tiv] adj. [ME copulatif < LL copulativus < L copulatus: see COPULATE] 1. joining together; coupling 2. Gram. a) connecting coordinate words, phrases, or clauses [a copulative… …   English World dictionary

  • copulative — adj. 1 serving to connect. 2 Gram. a (of a word) that connects words or clauses linked in sense (cf. DISJUNCTIVE). b connecting a subject and predicate. 3 relating to sexual union. Derivatives: copulatively adv. Etymology: ME f. OF copulatif ive… …   Useful english dictionary

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