- n something added to another thing but not an essential part of it
- n a person who is an assistant or subordinate to another
- n a construction that can be used to extend the meaning of a word or phrase but is not one of the main constituents of a sentence
- s furnishing added support
- s of or relating to a person who is subordinate to another
- VALI NASR Author of the forthcoming book The Shia Revival and an adjunct senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations.
- Recent research suggests a life-extending benefit for MND sufferers using adjunct therapies in the areas of speech, diet and muscular manipulation.
- That's when Marcia Herman-Giddens, now an adjunct professor at the University of North Carolina School of Public Health, published her .
- John Paul Stevens in New York Times
Although the court's decision in this case might be seen as a mere adjunct to Heller,Justice Stevens wrote, "the consequences could prove far more destructive - quite literally - to our nation's communities and to our constitutional...
- Judith Miller in International Herald Tribune
As an adjunct fellow, I hope to continue writing about how best to enhance national security and public safety without sacrificing our freedom and civil liberties,Miller said in a statement.
- Cate Blanchett in Reuters
It's a beginning, I believe really strongly, of a long and meaningful relationship between artists and the government, not as an adjunct to, but as a fundamental aspect of, society,a beaming Blanchett said when collared by media.