subjoin

[ suh b-join ]
/ səbˈdʒɔɪn /

verb (used with object)

to add at the end, as of something said or written; append.
to place in sequence or juxtaposition to something else.

Nearby words

  1. subjective spirit,
  2. subjective symptom,
  3. subjectively,
  4. subjectivism,
  5. subjectivity,
  6. subjoinder,
  7. subjugable,
  8. subjugate,
  9. subjugation,
  10. subjugator

Origin of subjoin

From the Middle French word subjoindre, dating back to 1565–75. See sub-, join

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British Dictionary definitions for subjoin

subjoin

/ (sʌbˈdʒɔɪn) /

verb

(tr) to add or attach at the end of something spoken, written, etc
Derived Formssubjoinder, nounsubjunction (sʌbˈdʒʌŋkʃən), noun

Word Origin for subjoin

C16: from French subjoindre, from Latin subjungere to add to, from sub- in addition + jungere to join

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