Simple past tense and past participle of subjoin. (verb)
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Use "subjoined" in a sentence
"His works, put forth under his own superintendence, with his name subjoined, shew a delicate taste, an active research, and, if we except his _Hermetical_ propensities, a fortunate termination."
"He received a variety of communications on the subject of the execution—pamphlets for and against capital punishment—letters approving my conduct in the case—and others of a threatening nature, of which latter, the subjoined is the most innocent:"
"The subjoined is a statement of the gelatine and tannin in leather of different tannages, and also shows the amount of azote or elementary matter contained in each:"