Examples of adjoin in a Sentence
Her office adjoins the library.
The two rooms adjoin each other.
Recent Examples of adjoin from the Web
The 27,000 square foot property, formerly a museum, includes a residence for Bezos' family and the adjoining Wood house for entertaining.
Soon, Hollande was in his offices, where Philae, his black Lab, bounded around and two receptionists sat at adjoining desks.
The family room, which has vaulted and beamed ceilings, adjoins the kitchen.
The third bedroom directly adjoins a small study and has an en-suite bathroom.
Chief among these is the popular spa, which adjoins a gorgeous indoor pool and offers a full menu of treatments.
Wine pairs naturally with this dish, and the bottles poured here can conveniently be purchased at La Contra, a wine shop that adjoins the restaurant.
The adjoining country kitchen has been upgraded with stainless steel appliances including double-oven, granite counters, custom off-white cabinets, center island, breakfast bar, and pantry.
In the letter to Ravinia Neighbors, Kauffman addressed rumors about Ravinia’s role in halting the opening of the brewpub and the adjoining Witty’s Refresher diner that was to share the brewpub’s kitchen.
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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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