Examples of adjoin in a Sentence
Her office adjoins the library.
The two rooms adjoin each other.
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The number attached to a team’s name in March holds far more weight than the one adjoining it in November.
Eleven residents were displaced by the fire and two dogs inside Doggie Style, an adjoining groomer’s shop, died from smoke inhalation, officials said.
In other hurricanes people from adjoining states can drive over supplies and workers.
Irma’s winds weren’t that strong in the capital but the water began rising Sept. 9 and pushed about a third of a mile inland into low-lying neighborhoods and adjoining towns.
Dubbed the Norridge Marketplace, the development includes several adjoining properties at 4510-4520 and 4474 N. Harlem Ave.
In this scenario, the first property’s front yard is limited to a 4-foot high fence, which could adjoin fences of up to 8 feet in height, leading to an inconsistent streetscape along the public right-of-way.
During the rezoning process, a slave cemetery with unmarked graves was identified on part of the property adjoining Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church.
After the hearing, two deputy U.S. marshals led Shkreli to a holding cell adjoining the courtroom.
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Synonymsabut, border (on), butt (on or against), flank, fringe, join, march (with), neighbor, skirt, touch, verge (on)
Antonymsabate, bate, deduct, knock off, remove, subtract, take off
Related Wordsattach (to), communicate (with), connect (with), link (with); bound, embrace, encircle, enclose (also inclose), fence, line, margin, rim, surround; contact, converge, meet
Near Antonymsdetach, disconnect, disjoin, separate, unfasten; amputate, cut, excise, lop (off), sever; contract, decrease, diminish, lessen, lower, reduce; abbreviate, abridge, curtail, shorten; compress, condense, constrict, cut back, retrench
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