This is a camouflage adjective. That means you can use this when you run out of adjectives to describe a situation, event, or anything else, and no one will question you on whether or not it is even a real word because it sounds so legit.
I myself have used this in many essays for school and have not been questioned once for the dozens of times I've used it.
My teachers are kind of conjicutive I suppose.
I laughed so conjicutively when he told me that joke.
The judge ruled the case conjicutive, because neither him nor the jury could come to a verdict.