Definition of 'jointly'
Example sentences containing 'jointly'
There are just the two brothers, they own both the house and the mine jointly and they've always been close.SOMETHING IN THE WATER (2002)
Richard, the second son, was invested with the duchy of Aquitaine, ruling jointly with Eleanor, his lady mother.HERE BE DRAGONS (2002) THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES (2002)
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