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
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.
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.
When inmates in adjoining cells flushed their toilets, urine and feces would sometimes back up into Riechmann’s toilet bowl and slop onto the floor.
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.
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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
ADJOIN Defined for Kids
Definition of adjoin for Students
: to be next to or in contact with The two rooms adjoin each other.
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