- v lie adjacent to another or share a boundary
Canada adjoins the U.S.
- v be in direct physical contact with; make contact
- v attach or add
I adjoin a copy of your my lawyer's letter
- He wants to keep some of the Jewish settlements that adjoin Israel's pre-1967 border but accepts giving the future Palestinian state Israeli territory in a land swap with a "close .
- Albert considers himself a populist in the tradition of Rayburn; the districts the two men represented adjoin on the Texas-Oklahoma border, and they were fast friends.
- He has already designed a "water forest" of nine-foot Plexiglas columns to adjoin the opera house at Gelsenkirchen.
- Alan Rabinowitz in BBC News
What is even more impressive is that the additional lands adjoin three other wildlife protected zones that spread from the lowlands of Myanmar (Burma) northward to the Tibetan border and are contiguous with similar zones in India,Mr...