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  • After his public service he became adjunct professor of public affairs at Washington University.
  • He abandoned plans for an art school as an adjunct to the museum.
  • Given one of those present adjuncts to farm life, John would have ended his career much earlier. Cited from Half Portions, by Edna Ferber
  • He has since retired as the chair of that department and is currently an adjunct professor within the university.
  • Adjuncts may be added to express the location or time of an action.
  • In most cases the college departments are small adjuncts to high and common school work. Cited from The Negro Problem, by Booker T. Washington, et al.
  • There were certain adjuncts to the growth of things which gave her actual pain. Cited from One Generation to Another,Henry Seton Merriman
  • It stands on its own, not to be placed as an adjunct to any other thing.
  • Here was no literary lady with all the recognised adjuncts except the literature. Cited from The Grey Lady, by Henry Seton Merriman
  • There are over thirty full-time faculty members and more than seventy adjunct faculty.
  • He has also taught as an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California.
  • Another feature of this station is that its buildings and adjuncts lie in three counties. Cited from The Story of the Cambrian, by C. P. Gasquoine
  • Some agencies use commercial two-way radio as an adjunct to their own communications networks.
  • It is according as a church uses these adjuncts, whether they really help it, or not, to do its work. Cited from Studies in the Life of the Christian,Henry T. Sell
  • The College, in turn, would save money by being able to reduce the number of adjuncts.
  • The University also uses adjunct/part-time staff in teaching.
  • He had taught the previous five years as an adjunct.
  • She is fifty-three years old, and all frazzled out and done up with adjuncts. Cited from Mary Cary, by Kate Langley Bosher
  • Arts classes are taught by adjunct faculty who are working professionals in their fields.
  • These gardens make use of the temple buildings as adjunct features of their landscapes.
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Meaning of adjunct

  • noun Something added to another thing but not an essential part of it
  • noun A person who is an assistant or subordinate to another
  • noun 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