Adject

Ad`ject´


v. t.1.To add or annex; to join.
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A thorough text examination indicates that the scribe is very consistent in the use of different forms, which particularly applies also to adject ival/adverbial forms of -LICH(E).
242] His various images of Adam and Eve elicit a complex response, raising psychological issues [243] and often evoking emotionally descriptive adject ives, as when Adam is described as "satyr-like" and Eve "sly and knowing.
In fact, not since the late Harold Brodkey have we encountered in art or in life such a monumental case of narcissism, so delusional a sense of the world's rapt attention and adject adoration--a lunacy quite impervious to irony or logic: "I myself have always disliked being called a `genius.