sub·junc·tive || səb'dʒʌŋktɪv n. subjunctive mood, verb in the subjunctive mood (Grammar) adj. of or pertaining to a verb form which expresses an action or state as something which is not yet fact and is still contingent and dependent (Grammar)

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