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Definition of "conjointly" [con•joint•ly]

  • In a conjoint manner; jointly or together (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "conjointly" in a sentence
  • "That is, while not completely air tight, and while in the strict sense gas permeable—unless proper ventilation were set up conjointly—the tent seems to have presented an actual hazard . . . particularly on a day when the wind wasn't blowing steadily and the clouds bunched up next to the hills there."
  • "My female friends and I have conjointly experienced a number of relationships in which our supporting role was assumed by male partners."
  • "I also directed Wilson, who was at Alsop's house, to take possession of Spottsylvania as early as possible on the morning of the 8th, and then move into position at Snell's bridge conjointly with the other two divisions."
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