conjoint

[ kuh n-joint ]SEE DEFINITION OF conjoint

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He will most often succeed in accommodating his sentiments to those of his conjoint.

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

But there had been, he thought, an impudence in the conjoint attack which it was his duty to punish.

A conjoint Faculty of Medicine and Surgery was founded in 1423.

And in the conjoint position "yous guys" is separated from "you liar."

Is this authority the conjoint privilege of husband and wife?

The majority report recommended the adoption of what is known as the conjoint scheme.

But it is a fresh mystery when several cells cohere in a conjoint and independent life.

Conjoined′, united: in conjunction; Conjoint′, joined together: united.

It is under the conjoint management of sisters and brothers of charity and lay nurses of both sexes.

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