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conjoint

adjective con·joint \-ˈjint\

Definition of CONJOINT

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:  related to, made up of, or carried on by two or more in combination :  joint
con·joint·ly adverb

Examples of CONJOINT

  1. <only through the conjoint effort of the entire department could we have finished this project on time>

Origin of CONJOINT

Middle English, past participle of conjoinen, from Anglo-French, past participle of conjoindre
First Known Use: 1725

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