Conjoint (adjective)

  1. Joined or connected together; combined.
  2. United or combined in a single unit or system.

Origin:

Late 16th century: from latin conjunctus "joined together", from the verb conjungere.

Examples:

  1. The conjoint muscles in the arm work together to produce smooth, coordinated movements.
  2. The conjoint panels of the wall were fitted together precisely to form a seamless surface.
  3. The conjoint efforts of the search and rescue team finally succeeded in locating the missing hiker.
  4. The conjoint examination of the patient revealed a complex array of medical problems.
  5. The conjoint ownership of the company required close cooperation and coordination between the partners.
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