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From Latin adversativus (of conjunctions, expressing opposition)

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Adversative (not comparable)

Positive
Adversative

Comparative
not comparable

Superlative
none (absolute)

  1. (linguistics) Expressing opposition or difference.
    • 1992, Raymond F. Collins, Divorce in the New Testament‎, page 155:
      In Matthew's Q-source, this short sentence may have been introduced by the strong adversative conjuction, "but" (alla).</span>

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Singular
Adversative

Plural
Adversatives

Adversative (plural Adversatives)
  1. (rare, dated) Something, particularly a clause or conjunction, which is adversative.

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