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Verb: conjoin  kun'joyn
Usage: formal
  1. Make contact or come together
    "The two roads conjoin here";
    - join
  2. Take in marriage; married
    - marry, get married, wed, hook up with [informal], get hitched with [informal], espouse [archaic], tie the knot [informal], get hitched [informal], hitch up [informal]

Derived forms: conjoined, conjoins, conjoining

Type of: connect, link, link up, tie, unify, unite

Antonym: disjoin