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affiliate to join as a member or smaller branch of (usually followed by "with"). [1/2 definitions]
affix to attach or join physically (usually used with "to"). [1/2 definitions]
ally to join or unite for a particular purpose (usually followed by "to" or "with"). [1/2 definitions]
attach to join, fasten, or connect. [1/3 definitions]
baptism a Christian ceremony in which someone who wishes to join the church is sprinkled with water or dipped in water.
buckle a fastener that is used to join two ends. [2/5 definitions]
clad2 to join a metal to another metal in order to make it stronger or protect it.
clip2 to hold together or join by means of a clip. [1/3 definitions]
close to draw together; join. [1/14 definitions]
combine to bring or join together into a whole. [1/2 definitions]
connect to join together; link. [1/3 definitions]
consolidate to join together into a whole; combine.
couple to bring or join together in pairs; connect. [1/4 definitions]
fasten to join or attach firmly to something else or in place. [1/3 definitions]
glue a thick, sticky liquid used to join things together. [1/2 definitions]
hinge to supply or join with a hinge. [1/3 definitions]
hitch1 to join or fasten with a rope or straps. [1/6 definitions]
hyphen a punctuation mark (-). It is used to join the parts of a compound word. It is also used at the end of a line to divide a word between syllables.
hyphenate to write, join, or divide with a hyphen.
junction a place where two or more roads, railways, or rivers meet or join each other. [1/3 definitions]
knit to join together loops of yarn by hand with long needles or by machine, in order to make various items such as sweaters, blankets, and shawls. [2/5 definitions]