She's been having pain in her muscles and joints.
seal the joints of the pipes Adjective
filing a joint tax return
They had a joint account at the bank.
divorced parents who have joint custody of their child
Recent Examples on the Web
It’s a mom-and-pop joint that has somehow managed to hang onto a ridiculously prime location.al, 27 May 2022 Aside from an annual WWOOF membership fee ($40 single, $65 joint), no money is exchanged.Washington Post, 5 May 2022 Simon’s Tavern, a neighborhood joint that opened in 1934, was serving glogg.
Marc Bona, cleveland, 13 Dec. 2021 Thomas Keller’s first Florida joint will transport you to glitz and glamour of the 1950s.
Elise Taylor, Vogue, 1 Dec. 2021 The front suspension uses a double-joint spring strut setup while the rear suspension is a multi-link design, paired with adaptive dampers and variable-ratio electric power steering.
Caleb Miller, Car and Driver, 24 Nov. 2022 What was the name of the Kendrick joint over the Marvin Gaye sample?
William E. Ketchum Iii, Billboard, 23 Nov. 2022 With the last exterior joint neatly nailed, stand back and take it all in.
Joseph Truini, Popular Mechanics, 22 Nov. 2022 As Giordano explains, these circles are going to get the stretch through the entire wrist joint and also start to stretch through the forearms.
Perri O. Blumberg, Men's Health, 15 Nov. 2022
American Electric Power in 2017 sold the plant to Lighthouse Generation, a joint venture between two private equity firms.
Jake Zuckerman, cleveland, 22 Nov. 2022 One of the goals of the new joint venture is to more equitably share profits with filmmakers, including creators and crew members, as streaming services begin to eclipse traditional theatrical release formats.
Megan Cerullo, CBS News, 22 Nov. 2022 The approval is part of the wider opening up of China’s financial market, which previously forced foreign firms to operate using joint ventures.
Rebecca Feng, WSJ, 21 Nov. 2022 Honda and Sony, under the joint venture Sony Honda Mobility, are planning to go into the electric-vehicle business together.
Jack Fitzgerald, Car and Driver, 21 Nov. 2022 The Lichaa and Menasha burial sites were restored in a joint venture between the US Embassy in Cairo, the American Research Center in Egypt (ARCE) and representatives of American and Egyptian Jewish organizations.
Hadas Gold, CNN, 21 Nov. 2022 The company that sold Odyssey the rights to the drug, Prevacus, had received the state money and remains part of a joint venture with Odyssey, public records show.
Laura Strickler, NBC News, 21 Nov. 2022 One way to reduce costs while expanding a viable streaming service was to enter into joint ventures.
James B. Stewart, New York Times, 19 Nov. 2022 Government lawyers tried at several times during the trial to use previous comments by American and JetBlue executives, including times when JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes criticized joint ventures involving other airlines.
David Koenig, Fortune, 18 Nov. 2022
The Obama administration had pushed to create and joint the Trans-Pacific Partnership — a free trade agreement with 11 other Pacific Rim countries — but that effort was abandoned by then-President Trump.
Courtney Subramanianstaff Writer, Los Angeles Times, 11 Nov. 2022 Texas Tech won its 2021 opener in Houston, but that was the weekend before those four schools got invitations to joint the Big 12.
Stephen Hawkins, Chron, 8 Sep. 2022 While anyone can joint the waitlist, only residents who meet the state’s eligibility criteria and live in one of 17 ZIP codes will be invited to book appointments for the federal doses.Dallas News, 25 Feb. 2021 To joint the meeting online, go to https://zoom.us/j/97915479743.
Roy Kent, Houston Chronicle, 20 Sep. 2020 The ramen joint in Prospect Lefferts Gardens is offering contactless pickup for everything from all-purpose flour to ramen noodles, homemade miso and stock.
Elspeth Velten, New York Times, 26 Apr. 2020 Hua only jointed Twitter -- which is blocked by China's Great Firewall -- relatively recently, one of a number of Chinese diplomats and foreign ministry officials who have taken to the platform to get their message out.
James Griffiths, CNN, 22 Apr. 2020 Even some of the most expensive hard swimbaits will blow out on a warp-speed retrieve, but Bucca’s jointed Bull Shad (available in sizes as small as 3 inches and up to 9 inches) is made to swim true at any speed.
Pete Robbins, Field & Stream, 2 Mar. 2020 Four years ago, Manchester native Unger and her family purchased Tuck Shop from DJ Fernandes, lending the popular Coronado joint a little European spit and polish, but largely leaving its homey, comfort food vibe intact.
Dominic Armato, azcentral, 17 Jan. 2020 See More
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Noun and Verb
Middle English jointe, from Anglo-French, from joindre — see joinentry 1
Middle English, from Anglo-French, from past participle of joindre — see joinentry 1