conjoint

adjective con·joint \ kən-ˈjȯint , kän- \

Definition of conjoint

2 :related to, made up of, or carried on by two or more in combination :joint

conjointly

adverb

Examples of conjoint in a Sentence

  1. only through the conjoint effort of the entire department could we have finished this project on time

Origin and Etymology of conjoint

Middle English, past participle of conjoinen, from Anglo-French, past participle of conjoindre


Law Dictionary

conjoint

adjective con·joint

legal Definition of conjoint

in the civil law of Louisiana :joint

conjointly

adverb


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