Examples of conjoin in a Sentence
The two rivers eventually conjoin.
their attempts to conjoin two very different concepts
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After moving to Paris and working at Le Fumoir and Le Cercle Suédois, Granebring blossomed as the sole chef at the Broken Arm, a conjoined café and high-end concept store.
The performances of the young actors who play them (actual twins, though not conjoined) are the real miracles here, each one creating a distinct personality.
Pinterest Heather and her husband Riley were first told that their twins were conjoined at the top of their heads during a prenatal ultrasound.
In people, where the phenomenon is well-studied, conjoined twins are still quite rare and only happen in 1 in 200,000 births in the United States.
With the new economy of identity-politics debt points, conjoined with massive federal spending, the Democrats position themselves as the vanguard of the innocent.
The sisters, who were conjoined at the head, are now able to sit up independently, roll over, crawl and be held separately in their parents’ arms.
But this morning, Kilcoe cut a mighty figure, its main tower standing 65 feet tall, and the turret, conjoined to its sibling at the northeast corner, 85 feet.
Further, during his Made in America set in Philadelphia Sept. 3 (and then again at Meadows in Queens, New York two weeks later), Jay-Z urged two circle pits in the crowd to conjoin and form one big unit of mayhem.
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Synonymsassociate, coalesce, combine, unite, conjugate, connect, couple, fuse, interfuse, join, link (up), marry, unify
Antonymsbreak up, dissever, part, section, separate, sever, split, sunder, unlink
Related Wordsmate, yoke; ally, confederate, league; chain, compound, hitch, hook, splice; assemble, cluster, congregate, constellate, convene, gather, meet; recombine, reconnect, rejoin, reunify, reunite
Near Antonymsdetach, disaffiliate, disconnect, disjoin, disjoint, dissociate, disunite, divide, divorce, fractionate, isolate, resolve, uncouple, unyoke; disband, disperse, scatter
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