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subjoin

transitive verb sub·join \(ˌ)səb-ˈjin\

Definition of SUBJOIN

:  annex, append <subjoined a statement of expenses to her report>

Examples of SUBJOIN

  1. <subjoined an epilogue that informs the reader of the current doings and whereabouts of the participants in this real-life mystery>

Origin of SUBJOIN

Middle French subjoindre, from Latin subjungere to join beneath, add, from sub- + jungere to join — more at yoke
First Known Use: 1573

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