One entry found for join.
Main Entry: join
Function: verb 1 a: to bring or fasten together in close contact <join hands> b: to connect (as points) by a line c: to become joined <place where two roads join> 2: to come or bring into close association <join a club> <join in marriage> 3: to come into the company of <join friends for lunch> 4: ADJOIN 2 <the two farms join> 5: to take part with others in an activity <join in singing> - join·able /ji-n-bl/ adjective synonymsJOIN, CONNECT, COMBINE, UNITE mean to bring or come together into some kind of union. JOIN suggests a bringing together of any degree of closeness including actual touching <joined forces in an effort to win> <join the ends with glue>. CONNECT suggests a loose or outside attachment with little or no loss of separate identity <the treaty connects the two nations>. COMBINE suggests some blending of the things coming together and some loss of separate identity <combining jazz and rock to create a new kind of music>. UNITE suggests an even more complete coming together that turns two or more things into one <the colonies united to form a republic>.