subjoin


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sub·join

 (səb-join′)
tr.v. sub·joined, sub·join·ing, sub·joins
To add at the end; append.

[Obsolete French subjoindre, from Latin subiungere : sub-, sub- + iungere, to join; see yeug- in Indo-European roots.]

subjoin

(sʌbˈdʒɔɪn)
vb
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) (tr) to add or attach at the end of something spoken, written, etc
[C16: from French subjoindre, from Latin subjungere to add to, from sub- in addition + jungere to join]
subˈjoinder n
subjunction n

sub•join

(səbˈdʒɔɪn)

v.t.
to add at the end, as of something said or written; append.
[1565–75; < Middle French subjoindre. See sub-, join]

subjoin


Past participle: subjoined
Gerund: subjoining

Imperative
subjoin
subjoin
Present
I subjoin
you subjoin
he/she/it subjoins
we subjoin
you subjoin
they subjoin
Preterite
I subjoined
you subjoined
he/she/it subjoined
we subjoined
you subjoined
they subjoined
Present Continuous
I am subjoining
you are subjoining
he/she/it is subjoining
we are subjoining
you are subjoining
they are subjoining
Present Perfect
I have subjoined
you have subjoined
he/she/it has subjoined
we have subjoined
you have subjoined
they have subjoined
Past Continuous
I was subjoining
you were subjoining
he/she/it was subjoining
we were subjoining
you were subjoining
they were subjoining
Past Perfect
I had subjoined
you had subjoined
he/she/it had subjoined
we had subjoined
you had subjoined
they had subjoined
Future
I will subjoin
you will subjoin
he/she/it will subjoin
we will subjoin
you will subjoin
they will subjoin
Future Perfect
I will have subjoined
you will have subjoined
he/she/it will have subjoined
we will have subjoined
you will have subjoined
they will have subjoined
Future Continuous
I will be subjoining
you will be subjoining
he/she/it will be subjoining
we will be subjoining
you will be subjoining
they will be subjoining
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been subjoining
you have been subjoining
he/she/it has been subjoining
we have been subjoining
you have been subjoining
they have been subjoining
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been subjoining
you will have been subjoining
he/she/it will have been subjoining
we will have been subjoining
you will have been subjoining
they will have been subjoining
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been subjoining
you had been subjoining
he/she/it had been subjoining
we had been subjoining
you had been subjoining
they had been subjoining
Conditional
I would subjoin
you would subjoin
he/she/it would subjoin
we would subjoin
you would subjoin
they would subjoin
Past Conditional
I would have subjoined
you would have subjoined
he/she/it would have subjoined
we would have subjoined
you would have subjoined
they would have subjoined
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.subjoin - add to the end
hang on, tack on, tag on, append, tack - fix to; attach; "append a charm to the necklace"

subjoin

verb
To add as a supplement or an appendix:
Translations

subjoin

[ˈsʌbˈdʒɔɪn] VTadjuntar

subjoin

vthinzufügen (→ to dat), → beilegen (→ to gen), → beifügen (→ to dat)
References in classic literature ?
How I treasured up the entries, of which I subjoin a sample
I have sent, for your private consideration, a list of the contents of this curious piece, which I shall perhaps subjoin, with your approbation, to the third volume of my Tale, in case the printer's devil should continue impatient for copy, when the whole of my narrative has been imposed.
But since then, two other reasons have come into operation that have determined me here to subjoin some particular specimens, and give the public some account of my doings and designs.
And will you give yourself the trouble of carrying similar assurances to his creditors in Meryton, of whom I shall subjoin a list according to his information?
We have already given a picture of a free trapper and his horse, as furnished by Captain Bonneville: we shall here subjoin, as a companion picture, his description of a free trapper's wife, that the reader may have a correct idea of the kind of blessing the worthy hunter in question had invoked to solace him in the wilderness.