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adjunct
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Don Quixote
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  • He also thought, he says, that many, engrossed by the interest attaching to the exploits of Don Quixote, would take none in the novels, and pass them over hastily or impatiently without noticing the elegance and art of their composition, which would be very manifest were they published by themselves and not as mere adjuncts to the crazes of Don Quixote or the simplicities of Sancho.

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as in: adjunct faculty Define
something added to another thing, but not an essential part of it
as in: called for his adjunct Define
a person who is an assistant or subordinate to another
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