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Adjoin vs. Conjoin

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Adjoinverb

(transitive) To be in contact or connection with.

‘The living room and dining room adjoin each other.’;

Conjoinverb

(transitive) To join together; to unite; to combine.

‘They are representatives that will loosely conjoin a nation.’;

Adjoinverb

To extend an algebraic object (e.g. a field, a ring, etc.) by adding to it (an element not belonging to it) and all finite power series of (the element).

$\textbf\left\{Q\right\}\left\left(\sqrt\left\{2\right\}\right\right)$ can be obtained from $\textbf\left\{Q\right\}$ by adjoining $\sqrt\left\{2\right\}$ to $\textbf\left\{Q\right\}$.’;

Conjoinverb

(transitive) To marry.

‘I will conjoin you in holy matrimony.’;

Adjoinverb

To join or unite to; to lie contiguous to; to be in contact with; to attach; to append.

‘Corrections . . . should be, as remarks, adjoined by way of note.’;

Conjoinverb

To join as coordinate elements, often with a coordinating conjunction, such as coordinate clauses.

Adjoinverb

To lie or be next, or in contact; to be contiguous; as, the houses adjoin.

‘When one man's land adjoins to another's.’;

Conjoinverb

To combine two sets, conditions, or expressions by a logical AND; to intersect.

Adjoinverb

To join one's self.

‘She lightly unto him adjoined side to side.’;

Conjoinverb

(intransitive) To unite, to join, to league.

Adjoinverb

lie adjacent to another or share a boundary;

‘Canada adjoins the U.S.’; ‘England marches with Scotland’;

Conjoinverb

To join together; to unite.

‘The English army, that divided wasInto two parties, is now conjoined in one.’; ‘If either of you know any inward impediment why you should not be conjoined.’; ‘Let that which he learns next be nearly conjoined with what he knows already.’;

Adjoinverb

be in direct physical contact with; make contact;

‘The two buildings touch’; ‘Their hands touched’; ‘The wire must not contact the metal cover’; ‘The surfaces contact at this point’;

Conjoinverb

To unite; to join; to league.

Adjoinverb

attach or add;

‘I adjoin a copy of your my lawyer's letter’;

Conjoinverb

make contact or come together;

‘The two roads join here’;

Conjoinverb

take in marriage