conjoin (v.) Old form(s): conioyn'd , conioynes
unite, join together
1H6 V.ii.12[Scout to Charles] The English army ... is now conjoined in one
2H4 IV.v.65[King Henry IV to all, of Prince Henry] This part of his conjoins with my disease, / And helps to end me
E3 III.i.29[King John to all, of King Edward] we hear the Emperor conjoins, / And stalls him in his own authority
Ham III.iv.127[Hamlet to Gertrude, of the Ghost] His form and cause conjoined
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