Definition of conjoin:
sweep up, interfuse, band, espouse, get hitched with, link, fuse, hook up with, meld, coalesce, team, get married, concert, club, unify, affiliate, ally, get together, join, combine, link up, concrete, conspire, fix, marry, bind, splice, consolidate, follow, fall in, confederate, couple, clip, relate, cohere, pin, embrace, collaborate, bring together, conjugate, cooperate, fasten, associate, yoke, tie, unite, secure, federate, connect, concur, adopt, assemble, wed, league, screw, attach, compound.
Man does not conjoin himself to the Lord, but the Lord alone conjoins man to Himself, and this He does by man's knowing, understanding, willing, and doing these commandments; and when man does them there is conjunction, but if he does not do them he ceases to will them, and when he ceases to will them he ceases also to understand and know them.- "Spiritual Life and the Word of God", Emanuel Swedenborg.
But it has been said that man does not conjoin himself to the Lord, but that the Lord alone conjoins man to Himself, and that conjunction is effected by doing; and from this it follows that it is the Lord in man that does these commandments.- "Spiritual Life and the Word of God", Emanuel Swedenborg.
But there was a whimsical and fantastic strain in his character, which led him often to conjoin the functions of court- fool with those of court poet: " he was the most foolish man in the world" says his biographer.- "The Troubadours", H.J. Chaytor.