conjoin (v.) Old form(s): co-ioyne , conioynd
make contact, come together
E3 III.i.148[Mariner to King John, of the navies] At last conjoined, and by their admiral / Our admiral encountered many shot
WT I.ii.143[Leontes to himself, of lustful desire] 'tis very credent / Thou mayst co-join with something [F co-ioyne]
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