V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: 1. to join together two or more independent factors for a common purpose; 2. to join man and woman in marriage

Synonyms: adjoin, affix, attach, connect, unite, couple, link

Antonyms: disjoin, disunite, separate

Tips: Conjoin is similar to commingle, except that instead of mixing and mingling elements, you join and attach them. When conjoined, two distinct elements or people are brought together to act as one. Conjoined is the related adjective and means "connected, united, or linked."

Usage Examples:

Case studies of conjoined twins are very interesting from a psychological and physiological perspective. (connected, linked) adjective

The plumber conjoined the two pipes under my sink. (attached, connected)

He tried to conjoin the two plastic elements needed to finish building his son's bicycle, but the parts didn't fit. (attach, affix)

We were conjoined in marriage on April 15th. (united, linked)

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