conjoin conjoin  /ˌkɑn ˈdʒɔ ɪn/

Definition(s):

  1. (v) make contact or come together
  2. (v) take in marriage

Usage(s):

  1. Tattooed spider webs creep about the back of his neck, a snake coils over an ear, and where the ponytail begins, the two wings of a huge bat conjoin.
  2. All the conditions of modern life - its material plentitude, its sheer crowdedness - conjoin to dull our sensory faculties.
  3. All the conditions of modern life- its material plentitude, its sheer crowdedness - conjoin to dull our sensory faculties.

News

  1. Why EU-US trade talks should be about more than trade

    So much unites Europeans and Americans – in values, history, defense, and the flow of people – that it is not surprising they want more of it. On Monday, the United States and European Union opened talks to further conjoin the world’s two largest economies by ending the remaining – and most stubborn – of their barriers to trade.
    on July 9, 2013     Source: Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! News

  2. The NFL considers adopting a stupid NCAA idea

    It is just a proposal: the NFL might not invite academically ineligible college football players to the NFL Combine . This would thus give Roger Goodell and the NFL another opportunity to conjoin the NFL's quilt of arbitrary virtue with the NCAA's tattered hobo blanket of student-athlete bylaws. It is merely a rumored proposal, and like a realistic NFL concussion policy or the cash value of ...
    on July 8, 2013     Source: SB Nation

Quotes

  1. "Basically what he was doing was handling his estate from years before when he hadn't sold...... as he begins to approach retirement, so those are completely separate matters, no matter how people may try to conjoin them," Cisneros said.
    on Dec 5, 2007 By: Henry Cisneros Source: Reuters

  2. "Every example points at the long-term stability of integration and solutions to the political problems through economical cooperation. The South Caucasus can conjoin interests of the partner states, regional leaders, investors, etc.," said...
    on Jun 23, 2010 By: Serzh Sarkisian Source: Aysor

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