Prepositions and conjunctions the child began to employ early, but acquired them slowly.
The conjunctions are as primordial elements of 'fact' as are the distinctions and disjunctions.
So, except for a few scattered pronouns, conjunctions and prepositions, were the next fifty words he used.
To say that conjunctions connect words, may be true in a certain sense; but it is a very superficial and loose mode of stating the matter.
It is just because so many of the conjunctions of experience seem so external that a philosophy of pure experience must tend to pluralism in its ontology.
Our fate depends upon places, persons, times, circumstances, our own will; not upon the fantastical conjunctions inspired by charlatans.
There are also a number of conjunctions which are met with almost exclusively in the written language, and which it would be pedantic to use in conversation.
The first duty of radical empiricism, taking given conjunctions at their face-value, is to class some of them as more intimate and some as more external.
I have to conclude that its dialectic has not invalidated in the least degree the usual conjunctions by which the world, as experienced, hangs so variously together.
Statesmen of a more judicious prescience look for the fortunate moment too; but they seek it, not in the conjunctions and oppositions of planets, but in the conjunctions and oppositions of men and things.
Short Example Sentence for Conjunctions
Therefore the conjunctions y and u prevent triphthongal synalepha.
Subordinating conjunctions introduce a clause that is dependent on another.
There are six classes, viz., conjunctions of:-- (1).