Examples of adjoin in a Sentence
Her office adjoins the library.
The two rooms adjoin each other.
Recent Examples of adjoin from the Web
Another adjoins Wilbarger and Hardeman counties in North Texas and one in Caddo County in central Oklahoma.
Riverdale Park adjoins Hyattsville and University Park and has approximately 7,300 residents, according to 2017 U.S. Census estimates.
Most calendars tout the majestic Hanalei Pier and the popular beach for surfers and bathers that adjoins it.
About 120 firefighters are tackling a fire on the roof of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, which adjoins the luxury One Hyde Park apartment project in Knightsbridge.
The entity purchased the building, located at 1501 N. Bailey St., as well as an adjoining property on Jefferson Street, for $260,000 in April 2017, the records show.
The owners plan to open a burger and craft beer restaurant adjoining the property which in August, and the cozy basement will be the new home for Sidecar, a craft cocktail bar opening in July.
For the adult side of the LGBTQ lifestyle, adjoining ballrooms house the Adult and Leather/Fetish Expos.
Greeks maintain that their northern neighbor’s name implies a territorial claim to Greece’s adjoining province of Macedonia — home of Alexander the Great, one of the most famous ancient Greek rulers.
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Origin and Etymology of adjoin
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Definition of adjoin for English Language Learners
of a building, room, area of land, etc. : to be next to or joined with something
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