Thesaurus / conjoint
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In the conjoint relation plain whose is always used, as in "whose hat is that?"

The American LanguageHenry L. Mencken

He requires that each one of them shall be checked and modified by the conjoint operation of others.

All thought of conjoint action, of a social compact, a community of interests, seems to have left them.

The conjoint movement of the leaders toward the Indian bivouac was a signal for their followers to mingle and exchange greetings.

OverlandJohn William De Forest

Motor-cells forming one conjoint band along the upper course of the mid-rib only.

GrassesH. Marshall Ward

It would be nothing, but for the conjoint circumstance of the shot through the skirt.

The Death ShotMayne Reid

In this conjoint situation plain this is always used, and the same rule applies to these, those and that.

The American LanguageHenry L. Mencken

On the night in question old Hamish came into Macleod's conjoint library and gun-room.

Macleod of DareWilliam Black

The conjoint influence of Gammon's wine and eloquence not a little agitated Titmouse, in whose eyes stood tears.

The surface of the soil thus held in conjoint ownership was hard and carefully swept, but intersected by open drains.

The Country DoctorHonore de Balzac

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