conjunctive conjunction
Definition - A conjunction — such as and — that in addition to grammatically connecting words also connects them semantically by emphasizing their connectedness.
Note: As opposed to disjunctive conjunctions that though also grammatically connective show semantic opposition.

Example -
He is tall and handsome.
Note: This is in contrast to the disjunctive The boy was quick-witted but slow-footed.



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