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Definition of the adjective adjoining
What does adjoining mean as an attribute of a noun?
- Being in contact at some point or line; joining to; contiguous; bordering: an adjoining room.
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by Ann Pratt Houpt
Adjoining is a large planing mill and a wellequipped machine shop. The company's electric light plant produced ...
by George Smart, H. Bertram Cox, C. L. E. Cox
There is a small hall with a small theatre at the end, which was erected last year and is a good room, but adjoining is a magnificent hall in which Lafont2 played about five years ago, while the Emperor was at supper. In this hall the Emperor ...
Mount Omi and Beyond (2010)
A Record of Travel on the Thibetan Border by Archibald John Little
Adjoining is a picturesque temple perched on ...
The History of Jamaica (2010)
Or, General Survey of the Antient and Modern State of that Island, with Reflections on Its Situation, Settlements, Inhabitants, Climate, Products, Commerce, Laws, and Government by Edward Long
Adjoining is a pleasant lawn* or paddock, fenced with Chinese railing, skirted with a gravel- walk, and ornamented with rows of cocoa -trees. The great road to St. James runs parallel to the North front, at the distance of about two hundred ...
The Calcutta Law Reports of Cases Decided by the High Court, Calcutta, Also Judgments of H. M.'s Privy Council, 1877 (1878)
by India. High Court (Calcutta, India), India. High Court (Calcutta, India).
Adjoining is a house belonging to the plaintiff called Tripuli, the west wall of which was placed partly on a foundation of its own and partly on the projection above mentioned, and was built close up to the east wall of &mg Mehal. The walls of ...
Curiosities of London (1855)
by John Timbs
resembling a transept, has a groined roof, with bold ribs and beautifully- sculptured bosses ; adjoining is an ancient chapel, erected by the Popham family . The body of the church was refitted by Wren after the Fire. The organ, one of the ...
by Harriet Lathrop Winslow, Miron Winslow
Adjoining is an excavation in the rock, supported by columns in the entrance to which many interesting figures are sculptured. In another spacious ...
The Chautauquan (1891)
The room adjoining is a vision of centuries ago. Mr. Millet has incorporated into it the paneled walls and mullioned and latched windows brought bodily from an old English country house. The benches and chairs are of antique carved oak, ...
Description of the Valley of the Tone, and the History of the Town of Taunton
Adjoining is an extensive factory, where for many years a large business in the silk trade was carried on ; but it is ...
The American Freedman (1866)
Adjoining is a small building, another room, owned by the Association. There Miss Wight lives and labors most faithfully. No other white person lives within n.
The Cyclopædia (1819)
Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature by Abraham Rees
Adjoining is a remarkable hill or mount called the Moat of Granard, thought to be artificial, and the scite of a Danish fort, which commands from its summit a most extensive prospect into fix or seven adjoining counties. It is 52 miles from Dublin, ...
by Farebrother, Ellis & Company
Adjoining is a finely timbered paddock, separated from the lawns by iron fencing and forming a very pleasing outlook and addition to the house and pleasure grounds. The whole of the property is in hand, and possession will be given on ...
by Frederick Stroud, Elsie May Wheeler, John McDonald Burke
ADJOIN : ADJOINING. —This word, in a penal statute, means “absoluter CONTIGUOUS, without anything between" (per Parke, J ., R. v. Hodges, Moo. & M. 343), and it was there held that ground, separated from a house by a narrow walk and ...
To which Has Been Added Statutory Definitions by Frederick Stroud
ADJOIN : ADJOINING. — This word, in a penal statute, means "absolutely contiguous, without anything between" (per Parke, J., R. v. Hodges, Moo. & M. 343),. and it was there held that ground, separated from a house by a narrow walk and a ...
by Allan Beaver
See adjoining rooms, next entry. adjoining rooms (or seats) Hotel rooms which are situated next to each other, typically requested by a family with young children with whom they ...
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Connecting the walkway to public bathrooms in the adjacent building: genuis!
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- Adjoining Meaning
Video shows what adjoining means. Being in contact at some point or line; joining to; contiguous; bordering: an adjoining room.. adjoining pronunciation. How to ...
- JoshiFest: "Girl Meets Boy: Generating Language with Adjoining" by Kevin Knight
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Scrabble value of A1D2J8O1I1N1I1N1G2
The value of this 9-letter word is 18 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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