Joint (noun)

  1. The point at which two or more bones are attached in the body.
  2. A place or point where two or more things are joined or united.
  3. A device or piece of equipment used to connect two or more things together.


Middle english: from old french joint, past participle of joindre "to join", based on latin jungere.


  1. The joint in my finger hurts.
  2. The joint of the pipe was leaking.
  3. The roof had a joint that needed to be fixed.
  4. This joint is the weakest point of the structure.
  5. The joint venture between the two companies was successful.
Some random words: mesa, toboggan, chamber