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Definitions from WordNet

Verb subjoin has 1 sense
  1. subjoin - add to the end
    --1 is one way to
    append, tag on, tack on, tack, hang on
    Derived forms: noun subjunction1, noun subjoining1
    Sample sentence:
    Somebody ----s something

Definitions from the Web



(verb) To add or append something to an existing document or statement.

(verb) To include something as an additional piece of information.

(verb) To attach or annex something.

Example Sentences:

1. The lawyer suggested we subjoin a disclaimer at the end of the contract.

2. You should subjoin your qualifications when submitting your resume.

3. The author decided to subjoin an appendix to the book, explaining some additional concepts.

4. Let's subjoin these statistics to provide a comprehensive analysis of the situation.

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