adjoin

[ uh-join ]SEE DEFINITION OF adjoin

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADJOIN

And what will you do with this damp abode of fogs, which, if I mistake not, must adjoin the dining-hall?

The battlefields of the Argonne adjoin on the West those of Verdun.

It must adjoin two public highways one of which may be an alley.

Nor do the fields and lanes that adjoin the heath lack their distinctive charm.

Your cabin and that occupied by Castellan adjoin, I believe?

"I move we adjoin an git to woik," said Mamie Kidansky promptly.

It should adjoin the hennery, and a section of its roof should be movable to allow a change of litter.

Bathrooms, also, should adjoin the kitchen; for in this situation it will not take long to get ready a bath in the country.

The moats and glacis which surrounded it are still visible to the south, where, covered with trees, they adjoin the gardens.

Lake Salinas terminates the cluster of lagoons that adjoin the Ventana and Guamini mountains.

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