[ US /ˈdʒəŋkʃən/ ]
[ UK /d‍ʒˈʌŋkʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. the state of being joined together
  2. the place where two or more things come together
  3. the shape or manner in which things come together and a connection is made
  4. an act of joining or adjoining things
  5. something that joins or connects
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How To Use junction In A Sentence

  • Coblentz had its ancient name of Confluentes, from its standing at the junction of the two rivers. The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Volume 04: Caligula
  • The measurements were consistently made from the same point of the junction of the wing veins.
  • Option 1 is to connect the supply cable as a spur to an existing loop-in ceiling rose or junction box.
  • It is generally longer than it is wide and its floor slopes downwards towards a junction either with another valley or a plain.
  • Petal length was measured as the length of the petal from its apex to its adaxial junction with the receptacle.
  • The capitalist who, alone or in conjunction with his fellows, performs some great industrial feat by which he wins money is a welldoer, not a wrongdoer, provided only he works in proper and legitimate lines. State of the Union Address (1790-2001)
  • Armantrout's short lines, use of rhetoric, aggressive lineation, disjunctions and juxtapositions, discursiveness, parataxis, and myriad condensatory techniques are all exemplary, but never overbearing. Seth Abramson: November 2011 Contemporary Poetry Reviews
  • The Sub – Prior readily obeyed the first part of the Abbot’s injunction, but paused upon the second — “It is Friday, most reverend,” he said in Latin, desirous that the hint should escape, if possible, the ears of the stranger. The Monastery
  • Vans carrying publicity materials are stopping at junctions across the State.
  • When the eyelids are open, an elliptical space, the palpebral fissure (rima palpebrarum), is left between their margins, the angles of which correspond to the junctions of the upper and lower eyelids, and are called the palpebral commissures or canthi. X. The Organs of the Senses and the Common Integument. 1c. 3. The Accessory Organs of the Eye
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