Conjoin (verb)

  1. To join together; unite.
  2. To bring or come together so as to form a whole.

Origin:

From the latin coniungere, meaning "to join together".

Examples:

  1. The two companies decided to conjoin their efforts.
  2. The two pieces of land were conjoined to make a larger farm.
  3. They conjoined their talents to create a new product.
  4. The law conjoins the two crimes under one statute.
  5. The two rivers conjoin to form a larger river.
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