adjoining


adjoining
The word in its etymological sense means touching or contiguous, as distinguished from lying near to or adjacent. To be in contact with; to abut upon. State ex rel. Boynton v. Bunton, 141 Kan. 103, 40 P.2d 326, 328. And the same meaning has been given to it when used in statutes.

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • Adjoining — Ad*join ing, a. Joining to; contiguous; adjacent; as, an adjoining room. The adjoining fane. Dryden. [1913 Webster] Upon the hills adjoining to the city. Shak. [1913 Webster] Syn: Adjacent; contiguous; near; neighboring; abutting; bordering. See… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adjoining — index accession (annexation), adjacent, close (near), contiguous, immediate (not distant), local …   Law dictionary

  • adjoining — adj *adjacent, contiguous, abutting, tangent, conterminous, juxtaposed Analogous words: joined, connected (see JOIN vb): attached (see FASTEN) Antonyms: detached, disjoined Contrasted words: removed, *distant, remote, far …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • adjoining — [adj] being next to abutting, adjacent, approximal, bordering on, connecting, conterminous, contiguous, coterminous, impinging, interconnecting, joined, joining, juxtaposed, near, neighboring, next door, touching, verging; concept 586 Ant.… …   New thesaurus

  • adjoining — [ad join′iŋ; a join′iŋ, ə join′iŋ] adj. touching at some point or along a line; contiguous SYN. ADJACENT …   English World dictionary

  • adjoining — In its etymological sense, touching or contiguous. as distinguished from lying near or adjacent. Re Ward, 52 NY 395, 397. In certain contexts, close or near to. Matthews v Kimball, 70 Ark 451, 464, 69 SW 547. So, lands separated by a public way… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • adjoining — /euh joy ning/, adj. being in contact at some point or line; located next to another; bordering; contiguous: the adjoining room; a row of adjoining town houses. [1485 95; ADJOIN + ING2] Syn. ADJOINING, ADJACENT, BORDERING all mean near or close… …   Universalium

  • adjoining — adjacent, adjoining An adjacent property is normally one that is nearby without necessarily touching the one being considered in relation to it. Similarly, adjacent angles in a triangle are separated by the length of one side of the triangle, an… …   Modern English usage

  • adjoining — ad•join•ing [[t]əˈdʒɔɪ nɪŋ[/t]] adj. being in contact at some point or line; bordering; contiguous • Etymology: 1485–95 syn: adjoining, adjacent both mean near or close to something. adjoining implies touching at a common point or line: adjoining …   From formal English to slang

  • Adjoining — Adjoin Ad*join , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Adjoined}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Adjoining}.] [OE. ajoinen, OF. ajoindre, F. adjoindre, fr. L. adjungere; ad + jungere to join. See {Join}, and cf. {Adjunct}.] To join or unite to; to lie contiguous to; to be in… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adjoining — adjective /ʌˈʤɔɪn.ɪŋ/ Being in contact at some point or line; joining to; contiguous; bordering: an adjoining room. Syn: adjacent, bordering Ant: separated …   Wiktionary


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