ADJUNCTIO, a mere external joining or adding of one thing to another. See ADJUNCTION.

All Adjunction implies subordination—The adjunct is for the sake of the thing it is joined to, not the other way around;as, the clothes for the man, not the man for the clothes.Whatever is a part of a thing cannot be called an adjunct of it. See ADJUNCTS.

There are various species of Adjunction; viz. Adhesion, Apposition, Adjacency, Accubation, Incubation, Imposition, Affectation, etc. See ADHESION, APPOSITION, etc.