Definitions of joint

  1. To form with or unite by joints.
  2. To unite by joints: to fit closely: to provide with joints: to cut into joints. as an animal.
  3. To unite by a joint.
  4. To fit like joints.
  5. To form with joints or articulations; to unite by joints; to cut or divide into joints and quarters; to smooth the edges of boards, so that they may fit close to each other; to fit closely. Out of joint, dislocated. Joint and several, each both independently and jointly. Joint- actions, the joining of several wrongs in one writ.
  6. To separate into joints, as meat; to form with joints, or in articulations; to fit perfectly.
  7. A joining: the place where two or more things join: a knot: a hinge: a seam: the place where two bones are joined: ( cook.) the part of the limb of an animal cut off at the joint.
  8. Combined; shared by two or more.
  9. Place where two things are united; movable connection of two bones; hinge.
  10. A junction, as of two movable bones; place of union; hinge.
  11. A piece of meat, as for roasting.
  12. The part where two or more things join; a joining; a knot; an internode; a juncture of parts which admit of motion; a hinge; the joining of two or more bones; an articulation, as the elbow; one of the limbs of an animal cut up by the butcher; a fissure dividing rock masses into blocks.
  13. The part where two or more things or divisions join; a hinge; the limb of an animal prepared by the but cher, as a joint of mutton.
  14. ; jointly.
  15. Produced by the action of two or more; united in or sharing.
  16. Joined, united, or combined: shared among more than one.
  17. Combined; shared; joined.
  18. Shared by two or more; united in the same profession or interest; united; combined; acting in concert.
  19. Shared by two or more; having an interest in the same thing; united; acting in concert.
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