conjoined

[ kuhn-joind ]
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adjective
  1. joined together, united, or linked.

  2. Numismatics. accolated.

Origin of conjoined

1
First recorded in 1560–70; conjoin + -ed2

Other words from conjoined

  • con·join·ed·ly [kuhn-joi-nid-lee, -joind-lee], /kənˈdʒɔɪ nɪd li, -ˈdʒɔɪnd li/, adverb
  • un·con·joined, adjective

Words Nearby conjoined

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How to use conjoined in a sentence

  • The separation from Fennefos, and Henrietta's death conjoined, inflicted a stunning blow, which both chilled and hardened her.

    Skipper Worse | Alexander Lange Kielland
  • Nowhere do these terrific forces appear more formidably conjoined than in the surprising strait known as the Lyse-Fiord.

    Toilers of the Sea | Victor Hugo
  • What is not required of all individually, may not be conjoined to form one demand on all.

  • With the orotund, as well as with the natural quality, all the voice modes previously described may be conjoined.

  • In all my characters the costume must now be observed; the truth of dress must be conjoined with that of acting.

    Queens of the French Stage | H. Noel Williams