An example of conjunction is classmates coming together to solve a math problem.
An example of conjunction is the word "and."
The conjunction of historical and economic forces that created a depression.
The conjunction of events.
Origin of conjunction
- Middle English coniunccioun from Old French conjunction, conjuncion from Latin coniūnctiō coniūnctiōn- a joining, conjunction (in grammatical sense, translation of Greek sundesmos binding together, conjunction) from coniūnctus past participle of coniungere to join conjoin
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From Old French conjonction, from Latin coniūnctiō (“joining”), from coniungere (“to join”).