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Definition of "conjoining" [conjoining]

  • Present participle of conjoin. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "conjoining" in a sentence
  • "There was something brilliantly provocative about the conjoining of two Arsenal related news items this week."
  • "Winnick was, therefore, understandably astonished when the news emerged only three days later that Wallis had not only met Yates over the last two years, but that the former NoW man's Chamy Media a conjoining of the names of Wallis's children, Charlie and Amy, had received £1,000 a day for his part-time consultancy work for the Met between October 2009 and September 2010."
  • "A cheaper option is Muji's ice-ball maker, which consists of two conjoining silicone semi-spherical halves, with a hole at the top for pouring in water $12, ."