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breadcrumb (informal) a series of connected pieces of information, esp. text links indicating a page's position in a particular website. [1/2 definitions]
bridge1 an artificial tooth, or teeth, connected to natural ones. [1/6 definitions]
brotherhood a belief that all humans are connected by obligation or by virtues such as love. [1/4 definitions]
cam in machinery, a noncircular disc or cylinder that, when rotated, imparts an up-and-down or start-and-stop motion to a connected part.
catalytic converter an antipollution device on automobiles that consists of a chemical filter connected to the exhaust system.
cemetery a burial ground, esp. one that is not connected to a church; graveyard.
chain a series of connected links, usu. made of metal, used for attaching, pulling, binding, or ornamentation. [2/9 definitions]
clamp an apparatus consisting of two movable opposing surfaces, often connected by a large screw or screws and used to hold two or more objects together. [1/3 definitions]
closed circuit a transmission circuit for television with a limited number of reception stations connected to it by cable. [1/2 definitions]
cohere to be connected by reason; be consistent. [1/2 definitions]
coherent logically ordered or connected; consistent. [1/2 definitions]
cohort a group of people connected by some factor, often a shared demographic characteristic. [1/3 definitions]
concatenate connected as in a series or chain. [1/2 definitions]
conditioned response a response elicited by repeated presentation of a stimulus not normally connected with the response together with one that is, leading the subject eventually to respond to the first stimulus when it is presented alone.
connection the state of being connected. [1/6 definitions]
copulative of or characterized by connected words, phrases, or clauses, as a sentence. [1/5 definitions]
cordless phone a telephone that consists of a battery-operated handset that communicates across short distances via radio waves to an electrically-powered unit that must be connected to a telephone line in order to function.
detached not physically connected or attached; separated. [1/2 definitions]
detachment the act or process of separating something from a whole to which it is connected. [1/5 definitions]
disconnected not connected; separated. [1/2 definitions]
disjointed not connected or coherent. [1/2 definitions]