Third-person singular simple present indicative form of join.(verb)
Plural form of join.(noun)
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Use "joins" in a sentence
"And, in that respect, the coinage joins "let there be light", "am I my brother's keeper?""
"John McCain joins the chorus of critics: Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, told the NBC program 'Meet the Press' that Obama either got it wrong when he predicted the benefits of his $787 billion economic stimulus package in February, or he's wrong now in saying the stimulus is working as intended."
"(Soundbite of scream) CONAN: Every Wednesday, NPR political editor Ken Rudin joins us to talk about the week in politics."