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Conjoin  v. i.  To unite; to join; to league.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Conjoin" Quotes from Famous Books



... instruction, and the music that can touch through the ear the inner springs of his being. Heart and genius, art and nature, sympathy with man and God, love of the beautiful apparition of the universe, and of that divine halo of Christianity which surrounds its head, must be united in our poet. He should conjoin Byron's energy—better controlled; Shelley's earnestness—better instructed; Keats's sensibility—guarded and armed; Wordsworth's Christianized love of Nature; and Coleridge's Christianized view of philosophy—to ...
— Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Volume 1, No. 3, August, 1850. • Various

... love and longing slay, O brilliance, like resplendent sun of noontide, deign them heal * His heart for kindness[FN60] and the fire of longing love allay! Would Heaven I wot an e'er the days shall deign conjoin our lots, * Join us in pleasant talk o' nights, in Union glad and gay: Shall my love's palace hold two hearts that savour joy, and I * Strain to my breast the branch I saw upon the sand-hill[FN61] sway? O favour of full ...
— The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night, Volume 10 • Richard F. Burton

... little import in comparison with supernatural objects of knowledge. When we add to this motive the force derived from the literary character of the Roman education and the Greek philosophic tradition, and conjoin to them the preference for studies which obviously demarcated the aristocratic class from the lower classes, we can readily understand the tremendous power exercised by the persistent preference of the "intellectual" over the "practical" not simply in educational philosophies but in the higher schools. ...
— Democracy and Education • John Dewey



Words linked to "Conjoin" :   ingraft, marry, disjoin, yoke, graft, link, wive, pair, connect, solder, wed, splice, engraft, conjunctive, get hitched with, cross-link, remarry, inmarry, get married, copulate, join, couple, feather, quilt, knit, anastomose, espouse, entwine, link up, mismarry



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