Examples of adjoin in a Sentence
Her office adjoins the library.
The two rooms adjoin each other.
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The 3.46-acre maintenance yard is at 28W731 Ogden Ave. on a site adjoining the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway tracks.
The project will include about 9,000 square feet of adjoining space in two new one-level buildings, plus a garden area and an outdoor patio for dining that the four restaurants will share.
It's not known if the same suspects are responsible for a similar spate of damage in the adjoining High Meadow neighborhood, where at least 14 mailboxes were ruined or damaged June 25 and 26.
Miami-Dade is leasing the land for the new Meek industrial park and paying $5 million to cover infrastructure costs as the vacant property is transformed into a commercial center adjoining the county’s Opa-locka airport.
Vojticek says the music hall's adjoining rooftop bar and food component would mostly open only for VBC events.
Li was born July 29, 1928, in Chiu Chow, a city in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong, which adjoins Hong Kong.
Councilman Mark Kalwinski, D-1st, said another community in Lake County has, in its bee ordinance, language saying the hives must be kept 200 feet away from an adjoining property.
Those colonies must be located in a fenced area no less than four feet high and away from adjoining properties.
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Synonymsabut, border (on), butt (on or against), flank, fringe, join, march (with), neighbor, skirt, touch, verge (on)
Antonymsabate, bate, deduct, knock off, remove, subtract, take off
Related Wordsattach (to), communicate (with), connect (with), link (with); bound, embrace, encircle, enclose (also inclose), fence, line, margin, rim, surround; contact, converge, meet
Near Antonymsdetach, disconnect, disjoin, separate, unfasten; amputate, cut, excise, lop (off), sever; contract, decrease, diminish, lessen, lower, reduce; abbreviate, abridge, curtail, shorten; compress, condense, constrict, cut back, retrench
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