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conjunctive eye movement

  

      n   any movement of both eyes in the same direction  
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conjunctive  
      adj  
1    joining; connective  
2    joined  
3    of or relating to conjunctions or their use  
4      (Logic)   relating to, characterized by, or containing a conjunction  
      n  
5       a less common word for       conjunction       3  
     (C15: from Late Latin conjunctivus, from Latin conjungere to conjoin)  
  conjunctively      adv  


conjunctive eye movement  
      n   any movement of both eyes in the same direction  

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