connect[ kuh-nekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF connect
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONNECT
All pursuits that serve to connect the soul with the world whence it came are rejected.
I 'phoned the Star photographer to meet me here, but he's failed to connect.
Can you connect a heavy wind with the date of the lost plan?
But she could not connect any root-sincerity with his feeling.
I wonder whether it will occur to you to connect the two last sentences.
A bridge had been built to connect Bennecourt with Bonnieres: a bridge, good heavens!
These, too, we see in a new manner when we connect them with the idea of good.
And to think that these children are being taught to connect it with religion!
How do you ever suppose they came to connect me with the matter?
They, too, connect it distinctly with religion, and recognise its tremendous influence.