This week I was asked about the meaning behind a certain word that I had posted on Facebook. I was asked whether “conjoint” means “together” or “partly.” I decided to write a blog post about the meaning behind the word conjoint as it relates to the English language.
In English conjoint means to come together or to make one whole. That is, conjoint is like a “joined” sentence, like “The book, the book, the book,” or a “joined” word, like “The book, the book, the book.” As such, conjoint is often used in pairs.
The difference between conjoint and a joined sentence is that conjoint must be made whole (or at least made whole to the reader). It’s not made whole until it is uttered in the voice of the speaker, as in “They went to the bookstore, and the book was conjointly there.” With a joined sentence, there is no requirement that the sentences be made whole to the reader.
conjoint means “joined together” in a sentence, as in The book was conjointly there. But conjoint does not mean “joined” in a sentence, as in The book was conjointly there.
In conjoint sentence, the words “conjointly” and “there” are used as a conjunction, as in the book was conjointly there. But conjoint does not mean joined in a sentence, as in The book was conjointly there. In conjoint sentence, the word “conjointly” is not connected to the word “there,” as in they went to the bookstore.
I suppose this is a little more interesting, but when you talk about conjunct, it’s like how most of the language in the world is conjunct. For example, you’re talking about a book, but you’re talking about conjointly, conjointly, and conjointly it’s not really that simple. You’re talking about conjointly, conjointly.
In this case, conjoint means “conjunction.” The word conjointly is not connected to the word there, as in they went to the bookstore. You conjointly are talking about what they went to the book store for. This is a very tricky situation to get right because of the “in” construction. If you talk about “books,” youre not talking about the book.
In this case, the idea is that we are talking about the fact that the book is going to be so good that we would all be buying it. We are talking about the fact that the book is going to be so good that we have to buy the book.
Well, not exactly. In real life, the first step in any bargain is making the other person feel like they need the item to buy it. The second step is getting them to buy it. In a situation like this, the second step is finding out exactly what they want before you buy it. In this case the first step is not just getting someone to buy a book. It’s getting them to feel like they need it to buy it.
The book is the novel. It’s the story. It’s the reason you want to buy it. It’s a way to help you get through the book. But, in this case, we’re not there yet. We’re not buying it because the story is good. We’re buying it because it’s conjoint. That’s right, we’re going to get to live in it. And that’s exactly what conjoint means.