Examples of adjoin in a Sentence
Her office adjoins the library.
The two rooms adjoin each other.
Recent Examples of adjoin from the Web
At least a hundred people were still gathered late Sunday afternoon on a State Street corner adjoining the Wylie Street Station Apartments, the low-income apartment complex where six children and nine adults were injured the night before.
Hidden in the narrowest of spaces between adjoining concrete partitions, a historic statue by celebrated Wisconsin artist Alonzo Hauser has been encased in darkness since the early 1970s.
Because many of the properties are adjoining, there are only 58 locations.
One facet is a new shopping center at the southeast corner, to be called the Woodward Corners by Beaumont because the property is owned by adjoining Beaumont Hospital.
Students also opposed the construction of a university gymnasium in adjoining Morningside Park, which some residents and activists regarded as a hostile expansion into the Harlem community.
So maybe having a casino tucked behind a door adjoining the lobby of a Holiday Inn makes sense.
Des Jardins’ adjoining restaurant Arguello was open for full-size cocktails and bites of designer Mexican food.
The head chef, Jason Rutigliano, works from an open kitchen/tent adjoining the restaurant.
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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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