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junct
Latin root that means "join"
conjunction
a "joining" together
adjunct
something added (joined) that is less important or not necessary, but helpful
injunction
a formal order or command ("joined" to a request), usually by a court of law, requiring a person or group to do or not to do something
junction
a place of joining or meeting
juncture
a particular point in time when events join or come together, especially a critical time or state of affairs
tain/ten
Latin root that means "contain" or "hold"
contain
hold or have within itself
appertain
to be held as a part of; to belong to; to relate to
detain
to hold back; to keep from going ahead
maintain
to hold steady; to keep up; to carry on
pertain
to be held as a part of or to connect; to relate to
tenacious
holding fast; stubborn; persistent
tenant
a person holding land or a building by paying rent for its use
tendentious
having a habit of holding onto only one point of view; one-sided
untenable
cannot be held or defended