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The company announced its first product soon after — a $400 “Driver Bag” designed in conjunction with the Portland-based bag company, Chester Wallace.

The intelligence gleaned from those actions is then used in conjunction with our own psychological weaknesses to get us to watch more videos, share more content, see more ads, and continue driving Big Tech’s money-making engine.

For example, perhaps there’s a topic in your niche that is discussed a lot but never in conjunction with data.

Eighty percent of the world successfully relies on plant medicine for its primary health care and uses it in conjunction with allopathic medicine.

From Fortune

Its Super Mario sets, for example, can be played in conjunction with an app.

From Quartz

The paperwork was spotless: he had died in transit, the conjunction of a weak heart and long trip.

And like all the other governors on this list, she expanded Medicaid in conjunction with Obamacare.

In conjunction, a new publication, Fred Tomaselli: The Times (Prestel, May 2014) will be available for purchase later this month.

He quit his million-dollar gig to, in conjunction with his wife, Eva, become an empowering resource for girls and young women.

There is also evidence that NSAIDs cause intestinal damage when taken in conjunction with exercise.

The consequence of this was far-reaching, for Victor, like Ney, refused in future to work in conjunction with Soult.

It was in conjunction with Mr. Booth that my father constructed the 'Rocket' engine.

This place occupies the site of a Roman camp, which, in conjunction with Burgh Castle, guarded this part of the coast.

He was the second king of the eighteenth dynasty, and reigned in conjunction with his father Seti for sixty years.

He was invested with full authority as commander-in-chief and governor of Bengal to act in conjunction with a select committee.


On this page you'll find 45 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to conjunction, such as: partnership, affiliation, agreement, alliance, association, and cahoots.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.