**ADJO**IN | • adjoin v. (Transitive) To be in contact or connection with. • adjoin v. (Transitive, mathematics, chiefly algebra and number theory) To extend an algebraic object (E.g. a field… • ADJOIN v. to lie next to. |

**ADJO**INED | • adjoined v. Simple past tense and past participle of adjoin. • ADJOIN v. to lie next to. |

**ADJO**INING | • adjoining adj. Being in contact at some point or line; joining to. • adjoining v. Present participle of adjoin. • ADJOIN v. to lie next to. |

**ADJO**INS | • adjoins v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of adjoin. • ADJOIN v. to lie next to. |

**ADJO**INT | • adjoint adj. (Mathematics) Used in certain contexts, in each case involving a pair of transformations, one of which… • adjoint adj. (Mathematics, category theory, of a functor) That is related to another functor by an adjunction. • adjoint adj. (Geometry, of one curve to another curve) Having a relationship of the nature of an adjoint (adjoint… |

**ADJO**INTS | • adjoints n. Plural of adjoint. • ADJOINT n. a form of a mathematical matrix. |

**ADJO**URN | • adjourn v. (Transitive) To postpone. • adjourn v. (Transitive) To defer; to put off temporarily or indefinitely. • adjourn v. (Intransitive) To end or suspend an event. |

**ADJO**URNED | • adjourned v. Simple past tense and past participle of adjourn. • adjourned adj. (Of a meeting, event or trial) Having been adjourned; suspended or paused. • ADJOURN v. to suspend until a later time. |

**ADJO**URNING | • adjourning v. Present participle of adjourn. • ADJOURN v. to suspend until a later time. |

**ADJO**URNMENT | • adjournment n. The state of being adjourned, or action of adjourning. • adjournment n. (Rhetoric) Ampliatio. • ADJOURNMENT n. the act of adjourning. |

**ADJO**URNMENTS | • adjournments n. Plural of adjournment. • ADJOURNMENT n. the act of adjourning. |

**ADJO**URNS | • adjourns v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of adjourn. • ADJOURN v. to suspend until a later time. |