- to join together; unite; combine; associate.
- Grammar. to join as coordinate elements, especially as coordinate clauses.
Origin of conjoin
Related Words for conjoiningconsolidate, unify, associate, bind, marry, affix, unite, attach, link, connect, compound, join, couple, meld, adjoin
Examples from the Web for conjoining
Historical Examples of conjoining
But as mere representations, they stand under no law of conjunction except that which the conjoining faculty prescribes.The Critique of Pure Reason
It possesses a great multitude of materials, but can only use these materials in the way of conjoining or separating.A History of Philosophy in Epitome
In the main channel of a number of conjoining glens we came on a nice little pool under a step in the rocky bed.Spinifex and Sand
David W Carnegie
Conjoining the two oceans, it will be an agency of matchless power, not only commercial, but political.Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 9 (of 20)
And lastly the winter sign was the Water Bearer, the bright Fomalhaut conjoining his rays with the sun's at midwinter.Myths and Marvels of Astronomy
Richard A. Proctor
- to join or become joined