Third-person singular simple present indicative form of adjoin.(verb)
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Use "adjoins" in a sentence
"As of this writing, a Woofer named "adjoins" had better luck with typing in "la" repeatedly."
"A ramped hallway containing a lending library and a tiny gift shop adjoins the school building to the temple, and opens into a foyer where the kiddush (a ceremonial blessing of wine and challah bread) and Shabbat Oneg (a Sabbath wine and cheese reception) are held after Friday night services."
"Under the 2006 accord, the U.S. Marine base at Futenma, Okinawa - which adjoins an urban area - will be moved to a more remote site on the northern part of the island."