Joint is defined as slang for a cheap bar, prison or a marijuana cigarette.
In England, a former combination of parishes for the joint administration of relief for the poor; also, a workhouse kept up by such a union
(Sewing) A row or series of stitches
The act of closing or the state of being closed:
(Anatomy) The line of junction or an immovable joint between two bones, especially of the skull.
An opening made by or as by cleaving; crack; crevice
The point or surface where two parts, such as the eyelids, lips, or cardiac valves, join or form a connection.
A telephone or telegraph line between points
A moment; an instant:
(Cricket) Any of the lines that mark off the station of the batsman or of the bowler
A narrow crack or opening; a fissure or cleft.
The process of splitting or separating; division.
A crease or ridge apparently formed by folding, as of a membrane; a plica.
(Slang) A situation or an activity that one enjoys or to which one is especially well suited:
The definition of a hem is the folded and sewn border of a piece of clothing or other material.
A point in time, especially one requiring a decision to be made:
A single thickness, coat, fold, or stratum
A written or printed symbol used for punctuation; a punctuation mark.
A longitudinal fissure along the center of certain diatom shells
The horizontal line formed by the meeting of two sloping surfaces
A mark left on the skin or other tissue after a wound, burn, ulcer, pustule, lesion, etc. has healed; cicatrix
The definition of a wrinkle is a fold or crease in something that is otherwise smooth.
A point or position at which two or more things are joined
The definition of a bed is a piece of furniture on which to lie or sleep.
Anything resembling this, as a deep, narrow rut made by a wheel, a deep wrinkle on the face, etc.
Find another word for seam. In this page you can discover 43 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for seam, like: joint, line of joining, union, stitching, line of stitching, closure, suture, bond, cicatrix, cicatrization and cleft.