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Definition of Conjoiner
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Conjoiner
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1. Anti-Tooke: Or An Analysis of the Principles and Structure of Language by John Fearn (1827)
"If a PRESENT So-called Participle be attempted to be employed as a conjoiner; ... If a So-called PAST Participle be attempted to be employed as a conjoiner ..."
2. A Grammar of the English Language, in a Series of Letters: Intended for the by William Cobbett (1835)
"The hyphen or conjoiner is a little line drawed to connect words, or parts of words; as in sea.fish, water- rat. For here are two distinct words, ..."
3. Reports of State Trials: New Series... 1820 to ...by John Macdonell, Great Britain State Trials Committee, John Edward Power Wallis by John Macdonell, Great Britain State Trials Committee, John Edward Power Wallis (1889)
"He chooses to begin with a conjoiner, leaving out the part which was conjoined. In short, suppose a correspondent was to write to you from Paris or Hamburgh ..."
4. Leila: Or, The Siege of Granada. Pausanias the Spartan by Edward Bulwer Lytton Lytton (1892)
"Strike love, the conjoiner, from creation, and creation returns to a void. Destroy love the parental, and life is born but to perish. ..."
5. Astronomy with the Naked Eye: A New Geography of the Heavens, with by Garrett Putman Serviss (1908)
"... Their tails point to an angle Filled by a single goodly star, Called the conjoiner of the Fishes' Tails. ..."
6. Empirical Psychology, Or, The Science of Mind from Experience by Laurens Perseus Hickok, Julius Hawley Seelye (1893)
"... Father's will; the conjoiner of the exposed parts in the one plan springs from both the Father and the Son, and executes exactly the intentions of both. ..."