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Describing a real estate property immediately next to another. For example, a house adjoins the house next door. See also: Adjacent.


Touching, as in properties that are not separated by any natural or human-made barrier nor by any other property. Contrast with adjacent, which means nearby, but not necessarily touching.

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Its western and eastern [boundaries] adjoin the unowned waste lands [lamalik], and its southern [boundary] partly adjoins the above-mentioned canal and partly its edges.
And its western [boundary] is like the eastern, and its northern and southern boundaries adjoin the above-mentioned Faqirabad [village].
Its western and eastern [boundaries] partly adjoin the edge of this mill stream and partly its midpoint.
55) Its eastern [border] adjoins the residential compound [havili] which is included in the waqf properties and will be discussed further below.
56) Its eastern [boundary of the village] adjoins the lower slope [daman] of the Tang-i Qarun mountain,(57) and its western [boundary] adjoins the Kamari river.
The Delray-1 well adjoins ACOR's PEL 112 to the east.
The Worrior-4 was drilled on March 17, 2006 and was completed as an oil producer; the well adjoins PEL 112 to the east.
The Silver Sands-1 is the 4th well of the 12 wells to be drilled in 2006, the Silver Sands-1 well adjoins ACOR's PEL 112 to the north.
Parcel 4, consisting of 670 acres, adjoins the Catskill State Park and Forest Preserve, and has several small hunting cabins.
The PELA 71 permit is located in the South Australian sector of the Cooper/Eromanga Basins and adjoins ACOR's PEL 112 to the West.