Definition of Subjoin. Meaning of Subjoin. Synonyms of Subjoin

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Definition of Subjoin

Subjoin
Subjoin Sub*join", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Subjoined; p. pr. & vb. n. Subjoining.] [Cf. OF. subjoindre, L. subjungere. See Sub-, and Join, and cf. Subjective.] To add after something else has been said or written; to ANNEX; as, to subjoin an argument or reason. Syn: To add; annex; join; unite.

Meaning of Subjoin from wikipedia

- anti-monarchical words to us concerning their liberties, except they had subjoined that they were granted unto them by the grace and favour of our predecessors...
- Gr****, Latin and French texts, in columns side by side. And I wish I could subjoin a translation of G****endi's Syntagma of the doctrines of Epicurus, which...
- + TIBETAN SUBJOINED LETTER KA + TIBETAN SUBJOINED LETTER SSA + TIBETAN SUBJOINED LETTER MA + TIBETAN SUBJOINED LETTER LA + TIBETAN SUBJOINED LETTER FIXED-FORM...
- before the Members of the London Mechanics' Institution ... To which is subjoined, a copy of the rare ... work on Steam Navigation, originally published...
- borrowings, and even then rarely. Only the subjoined /ɾ/ and /h/ are commonly used; use of the subjoined /ʋ/ and conjunct /j/, already rare, is increasingly...
- for a valve trombone section. With the ophicleide or later, the tuba subjoined to the trombone trio during the 19th century, parts scored for the b****...
- (1980). The relation between an algebra and a hypoalgebra is called a subjoining (Patera & Sharp 1980), which generalizes the notion of an inclusion of...
- layout can be quickly learned by anyone familiar with this alphabet. Subjoined (combining) consonants are entered using the Shift key. The Dzongkha (dz)...
- junto, nondisjunction, nonjoinder, rejoin, rejoinder, sejoin, sejungible, subjoin, subjoinder, subjunctive, surrejoinder junior- younger Latin junior junior...
- in 1792; and of the sufferings connected with that event. To which is subjoined a short account of the natives of Madagascar, with suggestions as to their...
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