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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of adjoin.

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Examples

  • We kids would be scrubbed clean, dressed neatly, and expected to wait behind the swinging kitchen door as the guests settled in the living room which adjoined the dining area.

    Darius A. Gray: R-E-S-P-E-C-T

  • We kids would be scrubbed clean, dressed neatly, and expected to wait behind the swinging kitchen door as the guests settled in the living room which adjoined the dining area.

    Darius A. Gray: R-E-S-P-E-C-T

  • I kicked my clothes to one side and stepped into the tiny bathroom that adjoined my room.

    The Dark Side of Innocence

  • There are exceptions, like the swimming pool filled with blue water the house that once adjoined it was burned to ash and the melted, multicolored plastic child's bicycle—both from his current 1991 Oakland fire series—and the brilliant orange skies over some of his 700 photos of the Golden Gate, taken from the deck of his Berkeley house between 1997 and 2000.

    Following the Flames

  • There was a large interior patio, with fountain, trees and flowers; a large garden adjoined this filled with orange trees, banana plants and palms, with great masses of bougainvillea growing everywhere.

    Did you know? Cuautla, Mexico, has the world's oldest railway station building.

  • We kids would be scrubbed clean, dressed neatly, and expected to wait behind the swinging kitchen door as the guests settled in the living room which adjoined the dining area.

    Darius A. Gray: R-E-S-P-E-C-T

  • We kids would be scrubbed clean, dressed neatly, and expected to wait behind the swinging kitchen door as the guests settled in the living room which adjoined the dining area.

    Darius A. Gray: R-E-S-P-E-C-T

  • Indeed, he's just had a noteworthy encounter at The View, where his dressing room adjoined that of singer Mary J. Blige, who was also a guest on the show.

    Marshall Fine: Comedian Richard Lewis: Anxiety poster child

  • We kids would be scrubbed clean, dressed neatly, and expected to wait behind the swinging kitchen door as the guests settled in the living room which adjoined the dining area.

    Darius A. Gray: R-E-S-P-E-C-T

  • I kicked my clothes to one side and stepped into the tiny bathroom that adjoined my room.

    The Dark Side of Innocence

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