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connection

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Noun
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con=nec=tion
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5 in 5 verses (in OT : 4 in 4 verses) (in NT : 1 in 1 verses)

CIDE DICTIONARY

connectionn. [Cf. Connexion.].
  •  The act of connecting, or the state of being connected; the act or process of bringing two things into contact; junction; union; as, the connection between church and state is inescapable; the connection of pipes of different diameters requires an adapter.  [1913 Webster]
  •  That which connects or joins together; bond; tie.  [1913 Webster]
  •  any relationship between things or events; association; alliance; as, a causal connection between interest rates and stock prices.  [PJC]
    "He [Algazel] denied the possibility of a known connection between cause and effect."  [1913 Webster]
    "The eternal and inseparable connection between virtue and happiness."  [1913 Webster]
    "Any sort of connection which is perceived or imagined between two or more things."  [1913 Webster]
  •  A relation; esp. a person connected with another by marriage rather than by blood; -- used in a loose and indefinite, and sometimes a comprehensive, sense.  [1913 Webster]
    "Men elevated by powerful connection."  [1913 Webster]
    "At the head of a strong parliamentary connection."  [1913 Webster]
    "Whose names, forces, connections, and characters were perfectly known to him."  [1913 Webster]
  •  The persons or things that are connected; as, a business connection; the Methodist connection.  [1913 Webster]
  •  something that connects other objects.  [PJC]
  •  (usually plural) an acquaintance or acquaintances who are influential or in a position of power and to whom you are connected in some way (as by family or friendship); as, he has powerful connections.  [WordNet 1.5]
  •  a communications channel; as, my cell phone had a bad connection.  [WordNet 1.5]
    "A connection may be more specifically referred to as a connecting flight, a connecting train, etc."  [PJC]
  •  a vehicle in which one may continue a journey after debarking from another vehicle; the departing vehicle of a connection{9}; as, my connection leaves four hours after my arrival; I missed my connection.
  •  the scheduled arrival of one vehicle and departure of a second, sufficiently close in time and place to allow the departing vehicle serve as a means of continuing a journey begun or continued in the first vehicle; as, we can get a connection at Newark to continue on to Paris; -- most commonly used of airplanes, trains, and buses arriving and departing at the same terminal.  [PJC]
  •  the transfer of a passenger from one vehicle to another to continue a journey; as, the connection was made in Copenhagen; -- most commonly of scheduled transportation on common carriers.  [PJC]
  •  a vendor who can supply desired materials at a favorable price, or under conditions when other sources are unavailable; as, to get a bargain from one's connection in the jewelry trade; to have connections for the purchase of marijuana; -- often used in the pl..  [PJC]
    "[A phrase objected to by some writers.]"  [1913 Webster]
    " This word was formerly written, as by Milton, with x instead of t in the termination, connexion, and the same thing is true of the kindred words inflexion, reflexion, and the like. But the general usage at present is to spell them connection, inflection, reflection, etc."
  •  the process of bringing ideas or events together in memory or imagination.  [WordNet 1.5]
Syn. -- Union; coherence; continuity; junction; association; dependence; intercourse; commerce; communication; affinity; relationship.

OXFORD DICTIONARY

connection, n. (also Brit. connexion)
1 a the act of connecting; the state of being connected. b an instance of this.
2 the point at which two things are connected (broke at the connection).
3 a a thing or person that connects; a link (a radio formed the only connection with the outside world; cannot see the connection between the two ideas). b a telephone link (got a bad connection).
4 arrangement or opportunity for catching a connecting train etc.; the train etc. itself (missed the connection).
5 Electr. a the linking up of an electric current by contact. b a device for effecting this.
6 (often in pl.) a relative or associate, esp. one with influence (has connections in the Home Office; heard it through a business connection).
7 a relation of ideas; a context (in this connection I have to disagree).
8 sl. a supplier of narcotics.
9 a religious body, esp. Methodist.

Idiom
in connection with with reference to. in this (or that) connection with reference to this (or that).
Derivative
connectional adj.
Etymology
L connexio (as connect): spelling -ct- after connect

THESAURUS

connection

ESP, Indian file, abutment, abuttal, access, accord, accounting for, acquaintance, act of love, addition, adjacency, adjoiningness, adjunct, adultery, affairs, affiliation, affinity, agent, agglomeration, agglutination, aggregation, agnation, aisle, alley, alliance, ally, ambulatory, ancestry, ankle, answer, answerability, aperture, aphrodisia, applicability, application, appointment, appositeness, apposition, appropriateness, approximation, appulse, arbitrator, arcade, array, arrogation, artery, articulation, ascription, ass, assemblage, assignation, assignment, association, attachment, attribution, avenue, balling, bank, bearing, berth, billet, blame, blood, blood relationship, bond, boundary, bracketing, broker, brotherhood, brothership, butt, buzz, carnal knowledge, catena, catenation, cervix, chain, chain reaction, chaining, channel, charge, church, climax, clinch, cloister, closeness, closure, clustering, cognation, cohabitation, coherence, coition, coitus, coitus interruptus, colonnade, combination, commerce, common ancestry, common descent, communication, communion, concatenation, concern, concernment, concourse, concurrence, conduit, confluence, congeries, conglomeration, congress, conjugation, conjunction, connectedness, connecting, connecting link, connecting rod, connection with, connections, consanguinity, consecution, consecutiveness, consistency, contact, conterminousness, contiguity, continuity, continuum, contrariety, convergence, conversation, converse, copula, copulation, correlation, correspondence, corridor, coterminousness, coupling, course, cousinhood, cousinship, covered way, credit, creed, cult, cycle, dealing, dealings, deduction, defile, denomination, deputy, derivation from, descent, diddling, disjunction, distributor, dovetail, drag, drone, elbow, embrace, enation, endless belt, endless round, etiology, exchange, exit, faith, family, family connection, fatherhood, ferry, file, filiation, ford, fornication, fraternity, friend at court, front, front man, gallery, gamut, gathering, germaneness, gliding joint, go-between, gradation, hinge, hinged joint, hip, homology, honor, hookup, hum, imputation, influence, information, inlet, interaction, interagent, interceder, intercessor, interchange, intercommunication, intercommunion, intercourse, interest, interface, interlinking, intermediary, intermediate, intermediate agent, intermediator, intermedium, internuncio, interplay, interpleader, interrelationship, intersection, intervener, interventor, intimacy, job, jobber, join, joinder, joining, joint, jointure, junction, juncture, juxtaposition, kin, kindred, kinship, kith and kin, knee, knotting, knuckle, lane, liaison, line, lineage, linguistic intercourse, link, linkage, linking, lovemaking, making it with, marital affinity, marital relations, marriage, marriage act, marriage connection, marriage relationship, materiality, maternity, mating, matrilineage, matriliny, matrisib, matrocliny, meat, mediary, mediator, medium, meeting, merger, merging, message, middleman, miter, monotone, mortise, motherhood, mouthpiece, mutual attraction, nearness, neck, negotiant, negotiator, negotiatress, negotiatrix, nexus, office, ombudsman, onanism, opening, orderliness, orgasm, outlet, overpass, ovum, pairing, palaetiology, pareunia, partnership, pass, passage, passageway, paternity, patrilineage, patriliny, patrisib, patrocliny, pendulum, perigee, perihelion, periodicity, persuasion, pertinence, pivot, pivot joint, place, placement, plenum, portico, position, post, powder train, procreation, progression, propinquity, proximity, pull, queue, rabbet, railroad tunnel, range, rank, rapport, recurrence, reference, reference to, regard, relatedness, relation, relations, relationship, relatives, relevance, reply, respect, response, responsibility, reticulation, rotation, round, routine, row, run, saddling, scale, scarf, screwing, seam, sect, sequence, series, sex, sex act, sexual climax, sexual commerce, sexual congress, sexual intercourse, sexual relations, sexual union, shoulder, sibship, similarity, single file, sisterhood, sistership, situation, sleeping with, social intercourse, speaking, spectrum, speech, speech circuit, speech situation, sperm, splice, spokesman, spokeswoman, spot, stitch, string, succession, suture, swath, symbiosis, sympathy, symphysis, syzygy, talking, telepathy, thread, tie, tie rod, tie-in, tie-up, tier, ties of blood, togetherness, toggle, toggle joint, touch, traffic, train, traject, trajet, truck, tunnel, two-way communication, underpass, unification, union, uniting, venery, weld, wholesaler, windrow, wrist, yoking

ROGET THESAURUS

connection

Relation

N relation, bearing, reference, connection, concern, cognation, correlation, analogy, similarity, affinity, homology, alliance, homogeneity, association, approximation, filiation, interest, relevancy, dependency, relationship, relative position, comparison, ratio, proportion, link, tie, bond of union, relative, correlative, cognate, relating to, relative to, in relation with, referable or referrible to, belonging to, appurtenant to, in common with, related, connected, implicated, associated, affiliated, allied to, en rapport, in touch with, approximative, approximating, proportional, proportionate, proportionable, allusive, comparable, in the same category, like, relevant, applicable, equiparant, relatively, pertinently, thereof, as to, as for, as respects, as regards, about, concerning, anent, relating to, as relates to, with relation, with reference to, with respect to, with regard to, in respect of, while speaking of, a propos of, in connection with, by the way, by the by, whereas, for as much as, in as much as, in point of, as far as, on the part of, on the score of, quoad hoc, pro re nata, under the head of, of, in the matter of, in re, thereby hangs a tale.

Consanguinity

N consanguinity, relationship, kindred, blood, parentage, filiation, affiliation, lineage, agnation, connection, alliance, family connection, family tie, ties of blood, nepotism, kinsman, kinfolk, kith and kin, relation, relative, connection, sibling, sib, next of kin, uncle, aunt, nephew, niece, cousin, cousin- german, first cousin, second cousin, cousin once removed, cousin twice removed, ear relation, distant relation, brother, sister, one's own flesh and blood, family, fraternity, brotherhood, sisterhood, cousinhood, race, stock, generation, sept, stirps, side, strain, breed, clan, tribe, nation, related, akin, consanguineous, of the blood, family, allied, collateral, cognate, agnate, connate, kindred, affiliated, fraternal, intimately related, nearly related, closely related, remotely related, distantly related, allied, german, consanguinity, relationship, kindred, blood, parentage, filiation, affiliation, lineage, agnation, connection, alliance, family connection, family tie, ties of blood, nepotism, kinsman, kinfolk, kith and kin, relation, relative, connection, sibling, sib, next of kin, uncle, aunt, nephew, niece, cousin, cousin- german, first cousin, second cousin, cousin once removed, cousin twice removed, ear relation, distant relation, brother, sister, one's own flesh and blood, family, fraternity, brotherhood, sisterhood, cousinhood, race, stock, generation, sept, stirps, side, strain, breed, clan, tribe, nation, related, akin, consanguineous, of the blood, family, allied, collateral, cognate, agnate, connate, kindred, affiliated, fraternal, intimately related, nearly related, closely related, remotely related, distantly related, allied, german.

Correlation

N correlation, reciprocalness, reciprocity, reciprocation, mutuality, correlation, interdependence, interrelation, connection, link, association, interchange, exchange, barter, reciprocator, reprocitist, reciprocal, mutual, commutual, correlative, reciprocative, interrelated, closely related, alternate, interchangeable, interdependent, international, complemental, complementary, mutually, mutatis mutandis, vice versa, each other, one another, by turns, reciprocally, happy in our mutual help.

Connection

N connection, vinculum, link, connective, connection, junction, bond of union, copula, hyphen, intermedium, bracket, bridge, stepping-stone, isthmus, bond, tendon, tendril, fiber, cord, cordage, riband, ribbon, rope, guy, cable, line, halser, hawser, painter, moorings, wire, chain, string, fastener, fastening, tie, ligament, ligature, strap, tackle, rigging, standing rigging, running rigging, traces, harness, yoke, band ribband, bandage, brace, roller, fillet, inkle, with, withe, withy, thong, braid, girder, tiebeam, girth, girdle, cestus, garter, halter, noose, lasso, surcingle, knot, running knot, cabestro, cinch, lariat, legadero, oxreim, suspenders, pin, corking pin, nail, brad, tack, skewer, staple, corrugated fastener, clamp, U-clamp, C-clamp, cramp, cramp iron, ratchet, detent, larigo, pawl, terret, treenail, screw, button, buckle, clasp, hasp, hinge, hank, catch, latch, bolt, latchet, tag, tooth, hook, hook and eye, lock, holdfast, padlock, rivet, anchor, grappling iron, trennel, stake, post, cement, glue, gum, paste, size, wafer, solder, lute, putty, birdlime, mortar, stucco, plaster, grout, viscum, shackle, rein, prop, connection, vinculum, link, connective, connection, junction, bond of union, copula, hyphen, intermedium, bracket, bridge, stepping-stone, isthmus, bond, tendon, tendril, fiber, cord, cordage, riband, ribbon, rope, guy, cable, line, halser, hawser, painter, moorings, wire, chain, string, fastener, fastening, tie, ligament, ligature, strap, tackle, rigging, standing rigging, running rigging, traces, harness, yoke, band ribband, bandage, brace, roller, fillet, inkle, with, withe, withy, thong, braid, girder, tiebeam, girth, girdle, cestus, garter, halter, noose, lasso, surcingle, knot, running knot, cabestro, cinch, lariat, legadero, oxreim, suspenders, pin, corking pin, nail, brad, tack, skewer, staple, corrugated fastener, clamp, U-clamp, C-clamp, cramp, cramp iron, ratchet, detent, larigo, pawl, terret, treenail, screw, button, buckle, clasp, hasp, hinge, hank, catch, latch, bolt, latchet, tag, tooth, hook, hook and eye, lock, holdfast, padlock, rivet, anchor, grappling iron, trennel, stake, post, cement, glue, gum, paste, size, wafer, solder, lute, putty, birdlime, mortar, stucco, plaster, grout, viscum, shackle, rein, prop.

Coherence

N coherence, adherence, adhesion, adhesiveness, concretion accretion, conglutination, agglutination, agglomeration, aggregation, consolidation, set, cementation, sticking, soldering, connection, dependence, tenacity, toughness, stickiness, inseparability, inseparableness, bur, remora, conglomerate, concrete, cohesive, adhesive, adhering, cohering, tenacious, tough, sticky, united, unseparated, unsessile, inseparable, inextricable, infrangible, compact.


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