Webster 1913 Edition
Serving to unite; connecting together.
the mood which follows a conjunction or expresses contingency; the subjunctive mood.–
the tissue found in nearly all parts of most animals. It yields gelatin on boiling, and consists of vriously arranged fibers which are imbedded protoplasmic cells, or corpuscles; – called also
connective tissue. Adipose or fatty tissue is one of its many forms, and cartilage and bone are sometimes included by the phrase.
Webster 1828 Edition
2.Uniting; serving to unite.
3.In grammar, the conjunctive mode is that which follows a conjunction, or expresses some condition, or contingency. It is more generally called subjunctive.