join·der noun \ˈjȯin-dər\
a (1) : a joining of parties as plaintiffs or defendants in a suit (2) : a joining of causes of action or defense
b : acceptance of an issue tendered
Origin of JOINDER
Anglo-French joinder, joindre,
First Known Use: 1601
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