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conjoin to combine for a common purpose.
conjoint joined together; united; associated. [2 definitions]
conjugal of or relating to marriage or the relationship between wife and husband.
conjugate in grammar, to list systematically the inflected forms of (a verb). [5 definitions]
conjugation in grammar, the process of listing systematically the inflected forms of a verb. [4 definitions]
conjunct combined together; united.
conjunction in grammar, a word such as "and," "while," or "because" that connects words, phrases, clauses, or sentences. [4 definitions]
conjunctiva the mucous membrane lining the inner surface of the eyelid and the surface of the eyeball.
conjunctive that connects or joins; connective. [4 definitions]
conjunctivitis inflammation of the conjunctiva.
conjuncture a combination of events or circumstances, esp. one producing a crisis. [2 definitions]
conjuration the act or an instance of conjuring; incantation. [2 definitions]
conjure to do or produce by or as if by magic or sleight of hand. [4 definitions]
conjurer one who conjures; magician; sorcerer.
conjure up to produce in the mind; evoke.
conk1 a hard body of any of various shelflike fungi that grow on the sides of trees.
conk2 a hairstyle in which curly or kinky hair is straightened, usu. chemically. [3 definitions]
conker (chiefly British; informal) a brown, inedible nut encased in a spiky husk produced by a horse chestnut tree. [2 definitions]
con man see "confidence man."
conn variant of con3.
connect to join together; link. [4 definitions]