Definition of conjoin
: to join together (things, such as separate entities) for a common purpose
: to join together for a common purpose
Examples of conjoin in a Sentence
The two rivers eventually conjoin.
their attempts to conjoin two very different concepts
Recent Examples of conjoin from the Web
Yet today, these two men of radically dissimilar backgrounds and experiences are conjoined by their parallel undertakings on Las Vegas Trail.
Think of what faces a young Chinese upstart attempting to conjoin with a division of a 90-year-old US corporation.
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Origin and Etymology of conjoin
Middle English, from Anglo-French conjoindre, from Latin conjungere, from com- + jungere to join — more at yoke
First Known Use: 14th century
CONJOIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of conjoin for English Language Learners
: to join together
: to join (two or more people or things) together
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