- to add at the end, as of something said or written; append.
- to place in sequence or juxtaposition to something else.
Origin of subjoin
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Examples from the Web for subjoin
I subjoin the conclusion of my reply in the same journal for October 25th.On the Relations of Man to the Lower Animals
Thomas H. Huxley
We subjoin a few of the most interesting of the Greek and Roman festivals.Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome
I subjoin the few in my own library, which I imagine to belong to this class.
We subjoin some of the comments of candid British writers respecting the affair.Tea Leaves
I subjoin the original of which the above is a literal translation.
- (tr) to add or attach at the end of something spoken, written, etc
C16: from French subjoindre, from Latin subjungere to add to, from sub- in addition + jungere to join
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