Origin of conjoin
OTHER WORDS FROM conjoincon·join·er, noun
Words nearby conjoin
How to use conjoin in a sentence
Born conjoined at the bottom of the spine, Violet & Daisy were “adopted” by a woman who ruled their lives.
A rare variety, or isotope, of lithium has a nucleus that is made of three conjoined parts.A new particle accelerator aims to unlock secrets of bizarre atomic nuclei|Emily Conover|November 15, 2021|Science News
Charity and Kathleen Lincoln were conjoined at the torso when they were born more than two decades ago.
In the novel, Nephthys and Osiris are born in the land of the Gullah, fingers conjoined at the pointer.Morowa Yejidé’s capacious imagination is on full display in ‘Creatures of Passage’|Martha Anne Toll|March 18, 2021|Washington Post
He told me that I had to look at each scene as separate entities that do not conjoin.
This will the wife notices; but she does not conjoin herself with it, except pretendedly or in the way of sport.
But in case they are not influenced by internal affections, which conjoin minds, the bonds of matrimony are loosed in the house.
Unless the external affections are influenced by internal, which conjoin minds, the bonds of wedlock are loosed in the house, 275.
The intention of all mystic ceremonies, according to Sallustius, was to conjoin the world and the gods.The Eleusinian Mysteries and Rites|Dudley Wright
Although some of us may conjoin the attitudes successfully, in most of us they must conflict.