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Conjoin   /kˌɑndʒˈɔɪn/   Listen
Conjoin

verb
(past & past part. conjoined; pres. part. conjoining)
1.
Make contact or come together.  Synonym: join.
2.
Take in marriage.  Synonyms: espouse, get hitched with, get married, hook up with, marry, wed.






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"Conjoin" Quotes from Famous Books



... maid, decked with a blush of honour, Whose feet do tread green paths of youth and love; The wonder of all eyes that look upon her, Sacred on earth, designed a saint above. Chastity and beauty, which were deadly foes, Live reconciled friends within her brow; And had she pity to conjoin with those, Then who had heard the plaints I utter now? O had she not been fair and thus unkind, My Muse had slept and ...
— Elizabethan Sonnet-Cycles - Delia - Diana • Samuel Daniel and Henry Constable



Words linked to "Conjoin" :   attach, copulate, get married, wive, connect, ingraft, inmarry, couple, remarry, tie, yoke, knit, conjunctive, link, wed, intermarry, inosculate, feather, unite, piece, engraft, solder, graft, join, anastomose, link up, mate, patch, entwine, splice, unify, cross-link, pair, disjoin, quilt, mismarry, weld



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