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adjoin (verb), adjoins; adjoined; adjoining
1. To be next to; to attach something to another object, area, etc.: For the winter, Jane adjoined the two sections of the duvet together forming a nice warm covering for her bed.
2. To be in contact with another building, room, area, etc.: The town church adjoins or is linked with the cemetery.
3. To share a common border with something, especially an area of land: The two families have gardens that adjoin each other.
4. Etymology: from Latin adjunctus, "closely connected, joined, united"; as a noun, "a characteristic, an essential attribute"; adjungere, "join to"; from ad-, "to" + jungere, "to bind together".
This entry is located in the following units: ad- (page 6) junct-, jug-, join- (page 1)
adjoin, adjourn
adjoin (uh JOIN) (verb)
To be next to; to be in contact with: Yes, as strange as it may be, the hospital did adjoin the cemetery.
adjourn (uh JURN) (verb)
1. To put off or to suspend until a future time: The meeting will adjourn until next week.
2. Move, depart for: Having finished dinner, the guests decided to adjourn to the living room for coffee.

As chairman, Curtis decided to adjourn the meeting so the group could go for their lunch in the restaurant which adjoined their meeting place.