join

All Verb
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  • Something in its passage into other only joins with itself, it is self-related.
  • Moreover, much of the population of military age had joined the British Army already.
  • A small road-bridge now joins the islands at the same point.
  • Several sources claim that during his studies he was more interested in religion than joining the military.
  • Thousands of Indians joined him on this march to the sea.
  • She invited him to join her for a drink; he accepted and the two became friends.
  • Join'd the army two years ago; has been in one or two battles. Cited from Complete Prose Works, by Walt Whitman
  • He asked that his brothers join him as he fell back into Sindh.
  • Local groups across the nation could join by filling out an application.
  • He attempted to join the British Navy, but was turned down due to ill health.
  • As production increased, those of lesser means were able to join in on this movement.
  • Lead - couples join inside hands and walk up or down the set.
  • This left only one Social Democrat later to be joined by two more.
  • Often, data from multiple tables are combined into one, by doing a join.
  • He then joined non-league side Hucknall Town to complete his playing days.
  • Many would leave and join with the fast-growing Social Democratic Party.
  • Membership is open to all - with one official proof of address required to join.
  • They want to encourage all these types of people to join together and not fight amongst themselves.
  • Several bands will share a common territory, with some members of one band joining another band every so often.
  • Goldman wanted to join her sister, but their father refused to allow it.
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Meaning of join

  • verb Become part of; become a member of a group or organization
    He joined the Communist Party as a young man
  • verb Cause to become joined or linked
    join these two parts so that they fit together
  • verb Come into the company of
    She joined him for a drink
  • verb Make contact or come together
    The two roads join here