Definition of adjoin
1 : to add or attach by joining
2 : to lie next to or in contact with
: to be close to or in contact with one another
Examples of adjoin in a Sentence
Her office adjoins the library.
The two rooms adjoin each other.
Recent Examples of adjoin from the Web
Other unique highlights include dual baths with two walk-in closets, a cedar closet, two commodes, jetted tub and an adjoining large shower plus a good sized flex room.
Yes, Durant adjoined to Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green creates a tidal wave of enviable shot selection.
The airport is building a parking garage that will adjoin a new terminal south of the existing terminal.
Under her leadership, Forman said, $65 million was raised to build the Aquarium of the Americas and to create the adjoining Woldenberg Park.
Activities center in Riverside Park adjoining the Chagrin River, and in the Triangle around the gazebo.
The arena adjoins Victoria Station, a major rail hub, which remains closed.
A pair of latrines adjoin an open courtyard that doubles as a lunch and recreation area.
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Origin and Etymology of adjoin
Middle English, from Anglo-French ajoindre, from Latin adjungere, from ad- + jungere to join — more at yoke
First Known Use: 14th century
ADJOIN Defined for English Language Learners
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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Definition of adjoin for Students
: to be next to or in contact with The two rooms adjoin each other.
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