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conjoin

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of conjoin

  1. 1 to come together to form a single unit <several streets conjoin to form the crossroads known as New York's Times Square> Synonyms associate, coalesce, combine, unite, conjugate, connect, couple, fuse, interfuse, join, link (up), marry, unifyRelated Words mate, yoke; ally, confederate, league; chain, compound, hitch, hook, splice; assemble, cluster, congregate, constellate, convene, gather, meet; recombine, reconnect, rejoin, reunify, reuniteNear Antonyms detach, disaffiliate, disconnect, disjoin, disjoint, dissociate, disunite, divide, divorce, fractionate, isolate, resolve, uncouple, unyoke; disband, disperse, scatterAntonyms break up, dissever, part, section, separate, sever, split, sunder, unlink

  2. 2 to form or enter into an association that furthers the interests of its members <small farmers had to conjoin in order to compete with the agricultural conglomerates> Synonyms associate, band (together), club, coalesce, cohere, confederate, ally, cooperate, federate, league, uniteRelated Words cabal, collaborate, gang up, hang together, team (up); incorporate, organize, unionize; affiliate; amalgamate, combine, conglomerate, consolidate, converge, group, join, merge; knot, link, tie, wedNear Antonyms detach, disengage, dissolve, disunite, divorce, part, segregate, separate, sever, split, sunder; alienate, estrange, fall outAntonyms break up, disband

  3. 3 to participate or assist in a joint effort to accomplish an end <government agencies and private charities have conjoined to bring relief to the famine-stricken nation> Synonyms band (together), collaborate, concert, concur, cooperate, conspire, join, league, team (up), uniteRelated Words connive; affiliate, ally, associate, combine, confederate, hang together, interface




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