Third-person singular simple present indicative form of conjoin.(verb)
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Use "conjoins" in a sentence
"In A Breed Apart, Haacke's simulates magazine ads for Leyland Vehicles, in which he appropriates actual Leyland ad copy and conjoins it with journalistic photographs of white military officers apprehending black South Africans during the South African government's apartheid rule."
"In Tomsk, asphalt conjoins gravel, gravel becomes mud mud becomes pond & frog, then potholes back to asphalt again."
"Even more surprising is contralto Johnaye Kendrick, who doesn't sing anything like a conventional big-band vocal refrain all night, but who conjoins with the leader in forming a two-person vocal section; occasionally there are words, but they're generally chanted in what sounds like an African dialect, indicating that it isn't about the lyrics but the sonic quality of the two voices and they way in which they blend with the other orchestral colors."