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Example sentences for "conjoining"

Lexicographically close words:
conjectured; conjectures; conjecturing; conjoin; conjoined; conjoins; conjoint; conjointly; conjoyned; conjugal
  1. As regards the other yugas, the duration of each gradually decreases by a quarter in respect of both the substantive period with the conjoining portion and the conjoining portion itself.

  2. This is possible only by conjoining of effort and inclination.

  3. The most important principle of divine philosophy is the oneness of the world of humanity, the unity of mankind, the bond conjoining East and West, the tie of love which blends human hearts.

  4. The most important principle of divine philosophy is the oneness of the world of humanity, the unity of mankind, the bond conjoining east and west, the tie of love which blends human hearts.

  5. In these invalid modes, Aristotle says there is no syllogism; therefore we cannot properly speak of a conclusion, but only of a third proposition, conjoining the major with the minor.

  6. But as mere representations, they stand under no law of conjunction except that which the conjoining faculty prescribes.

  7. For evils and their falsities, let into societies, act as ferments do in meal or in must, separating the heterogeneous and conjoining the homogeneous until there is clarity and purity.

  8. The Lord flows into the life's love of the angels, and they receive Him in wisdom, thus in turn conjoining themselves with Him.

  9. The present form of a peer's coronet is undoubtedly the conjoining of two separate emblems of his rank.

  10. In such a case it is necessary to make use of two shields placed side by side, as is done in conjoining the arms of a Knight of any Order with those of his wife.

  11. A curious method of conjoining three coats is by engrafting the third in base (Fig.

  12. It conjoins angels to the Lord and conjoins them to one another, so conjoining them that in the Lord's sight they are all as one.

  13. But the spiritual of beasts is not the same as the spiritual of man is; for man has what beasts have not, an inmost, into which the Divine flows, raising man up to Itself, and thereby conjoining man to Itself.

  14. However, the conjoining tendon of the anterior and posterior pairs of digastric muscles is ribbonlike in Eutamias and rodlike (rounded in cross section) in Tamias.

  15. On this account the materialists are of the opinion that life is the mere conjoining of elemental substances into myriad forms and shapes.

  16. This is evidenced in the unification and conjoining of various nations which had formerly been hostile to each other—such as the Greeks, Romans, Egyptians, Syrians, Chaldeans and Assyrians.

  17. For instantly it was done, thou didst bathe thy lips with many drops, and didst cleanse them with every finger-joint, lest anything remained from the conjoining of our mouths, as though it were the obscene slaver of a fetid fricatrice.

  18. Let there be born a Magian from the infamous conjoining of Gellius and his mother, and he shall learn the Persian aruspicy.

  19. The marriage of an hypothetical or "mystical king and queen" bespeaks exaltation of the two conjoining persons, male and female, but this exaltation is in consciousness, and not in mere personality.

  20. The action of the mineral agent in perfecting substances is often likened by the alchemists to the conjoining of the male and the female, followed by the production of offspring.

  21. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "conjoining" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.