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Conjoin   /kˌɑndʒˈɔɪn/   Listen

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

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"Conjoin" Quotes from Famous Books

... from the treasure of his wisdom. In the causes, nature, and affections, of the eclipses of the sun and moon, there is most excellent speculation; but, to profound further, and to contemplate a reason why his providence hath so disposed and ordered their motions in that vast circle, as to conjoin and obscure each other, is a sweeter piece of reason, and a diviner point of philosophy. Therefore, sometimes, and in some things, there appears to me as much divinity in Galen his books, De Usu Partium, as in Suarez's Meta- physicks. Had Aristotle been as curious in the enquiry of this ...
— Religio Medici, Hydriotaphia, and the Letter to a Friend • Sir Thomas Browne

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

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