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Definition of "adjoins" []

  • 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."