subjoining


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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.]
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Noun1.subjoining - the act of supplementing
expanding upon, expansion - adding information or detail
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