compound sentence

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compound sentence (plural compound sentences)

  1. (grammar) a sentence that has two or more independent clauses, joined by a conjunction (such as 'but', 'and') and/or punctuation (such as ',').
Examples

The alarm went off and I got out of bed.
I got to work but my computer wouldn't work

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