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Definition of "subjoining" [subjoining]

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

Use "subjoining" in a sentence
  • "I will not proceed further without subjoining some distinct passages to this effect."
  • "Tyndares presently subjoining said: Perhaps, Diogenianus, you imagine that this sentence intimates some curious and difficult speculation, and not that which he hath so often mentioned, when he praiseth geometry as a science that takes off men from sensible objects, and makes them apply themselves to the intelligible and eternal Nature, the contemplation of which is the end of philosophy, as the view of the initiatory mysteries into holy rites."
  • "Lucius subjoining said, that he had heard his grandmother say, that the table was sacred, and nothing that is sacred ought to be empty."