[join-tris] /ˈdʒɔɪn trɪs/
a woman on whom a jointure has been settled.
(law) a woman entitled to a jointure
noun 1. a U.S. income-tax return reporting the combined income of a married couple.
noun 1. (in plumbing) incombustible materials for packing a joint to be caulked with lead.
noun 1. a joint meeting, as of both houses of a bicameral legislature: The president addressed a joint session of Congress on the crisis in Central America.
noun 1. stock or capital divided into a number of shares. 2. a pool of stock held in common. noun 1. capital funds held in common and usually divided into shares between the owners