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adjective con·joint \-ˈjȯint\

Definition of conjoint

  1. 1 :  united, conjoined

  2. 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


First Known Use: 1725


Law Dictionary

conjoint

adjective, con·joint

Legal Definition of conjoint

  1. :  joint

conjointly

adverb

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