Examples of adjoin in a Sentence
Her office adjoins the library.
The two rooms adjoin each other.
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And each year, after the shops had lowered shutters on Christmas Eve, the Santas met in a hospitality room adjoining the security suite.
In September, the Uptown Messenger reported that the council approved a rezoning on two adjoining properties at 837-839 Jackson Ave. and 2130-2132 Laurel St.
Typically, a five-man rush is adjoined by man coverage.
The white, wood-frame house and more than 16 acres (6 hectares) of adjoining property are part of an upcoming celebrity auction that includes everything from actress Marilyn Monroe’s dresses to Michael Jackson’s dark fedora.
Their plan was to raze the Park Lane and erect an undulating glass tower designed by the Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron that would rise 855 feet, using development rights from adjoining properties.
Those colonies must be in a fence no less than 4 feet high and away from adjoining properties.
The factory wall, perhaps 15 feet high, runs for half a mile or more next to the avenue that adjoins it.
The windowless entry hall in a Park Avenue apartment is brightened by lustrous walls that reflect light from adjoining rooms.
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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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