conjointly


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con·joint

 (kən-joint′)
adj.
1. Joined together; combined: "social order and prosperity, the conjoint aims of government" (John K. Fairbank).
2. Of, consisting of, or involving two or more combined or associated entities; joint.

[Middle English, from Old French, past participle of conjoindre, to conjoin; see conjoin.]

con·joint′ly adv.
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Adv.1.conjointly - in conjunction with; combined; "our salaries put together couldn't pay for the damage"; "we couldn't pay for the damages with all our salaries put together"
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conjointly

[ˈkɒnˈdʒɔɪntlɪ] ADV (frm) → conjuntamente
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Yet when he had unlocked the door of the sitting-room and looked into it, the memory which returned first upon him was that of their happy arrival on a similar afternoon, the first fresh sense of sharing a habitation conjointly, the first meal together, the chatting by the fire with joined hands.
About that,' said Hugh, 'you shall hear all particulars from me and the great captain conjointly and both together--for see, he's waking up.
by a cry, at first muffled and broken, like the sobbing of a child, and then quickly swelling into one long, loud, and continuous scream, utterly anomalous and inhuman - a howl - a wailing shriek, half of horror and half of triumph, such as might have arisen only out of hell, conjointly from the throats of the dammed in their agony and of the demons that exult in the damnation.
On a stone platform, of rather small proportions, considering the size of the building, Richard and Hiram had, conjointly, reared four little columns of wood, which in their turn supported the shingled roofs of the portico— this was the name that Mr.
All these causes taken conjointly, must have tended to make the geological record extremely imperfect, and will to a large extent explain why we do not find interminable varieties, connecting together all the extinct and existing forms of life by the finest graduated steps.
I will admit that it was therein conditioned, or stipulated, that a certain journey should be performed conjointly, or in company, until so many days had been numbered.
I took advantage of the opportunity, and told her that my old master, Van Helsing, the great specialist, was coming to stay with me, and that I would put her in his charge conjointly with myself.
That Mrs Kenwigs, impelled by gratitude, or ambition, or maternal pride, or maternal love, or all four powerful motives conjointly, had taken secret conference with Mr Kenwigs, and had finally returned to propose that Mr Johnson should instruct the four Miss Kenwigses in the French language as spoken by natives, at the weekly stipend of five shillings, current coin of the realm; being at the rate of one shilling per week, per each Miss Kenwigs, and one shilling over, until such time as the baby might be able to take it out in grammar.
Besides the tea-drinking, there was to be some considerable speech-making and letter-writing on the general merits of the cultivation of coffee, conjointly with natives, at the Settlement of Borrioboola-Gha.
The pH at point of zero charge (pHpzc) was conjointly calculable to work out the surface neutrality of the system.
The handover of the above international benefits was in fact to the Greek and Turkish communities conjointly in the shape of the government of the Republic of Cyprus as provided in the constitution, comprising a Greek president, a Turkish vice-president and a council of ministers with at least three departments of state reserved for Turkish Cypriot ministers -- one of which had to be either foreign affairs, defence or finance -- and a civil service at a ratio of 7:3 between the two communities.
I agree that Indian youth alone cannot uproot the decades old system of dirty Indian politics however it's conjointly true that they need to put their own house in order rather than pointing fingers at the neighbours.