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[d͡ʒˈʌŋkʃən], [d‍ʒˈʌŋkʃən], [dʒ_ˈʌ_ŋ_k_ʃ_ə_n]

Synonyms for Junction:

connection (noun)

affinity, association, attachment, bond, connection, correlation, link, relationship.

contact (noun)

abutment, border, contact, meeting.

junction (noun)

adherence, adjacency, affiliation, affixation, alliance, amalgamation, annexation, branch, conjunction, connectedness, consolidation, coupling, joint, jointure, juncture, juxtaposition, marriage, merger, splice, synergy, wedding.

Other synonyms and related words:

Ford, Gore, Y intersection, absorption, abuttal, access, accession, accompaniment, accord, accordance, accretion, accumulate, acquiescence, add, addition, adhere, adhesion, adjacent, adjection, adjoin, adjoining, adjoiningness, adjunct, adjunction, admixture, affairs, agglomeration, agglutination, aggregation, agreement, aisle, alignment, alley, alloyage, allying, amalgamate, amalgamating, amass, ambulatory, amount, anastomosis, anastomotic, aperture, append, apposition, approximation, appulse, arcade, artery, articulation, assemblage, assemble, assembly, assimilation, associating, attach, augmentation, avenue, bind, blend, blending, bond of union, bracket, bracketing, branch line, bridge, building, buildup, cabal, cable railway, cahoots, call up, canvass, cartel, census, centralization, channel, cicatrix, clash, cleave, cling, clinging, cloister, close, closeness, clotting, cloverleaf junction, clustering, co-working, coaction, coagulation, coalesce, coalesced, coalescence, coalition, coextensive, cog railway, cohere, coherence, cohesion, cohesiveness, coincidence, collaboration, collection, collectivity, colligation, collision, collocation, collusion, colonnade, combination, combine, combined effort, combining, combo, coming together, commissure, commixion, commixtion, commixture, commonly, communally, communication, compaction, comparison, composition, compound, concatenation, concert, concerted action, concertedly, concomitance, concordance, concourse, concretion, concurrence, concurrently, concursion, condensation, conduit, confederacy, confederating, confederation, confluence, conflux, congealment, congelation, congeries, conglobation, conglomeration, congregation, conjoin, conjoining, conjointly, conjugation, conjunct, conjunctive, conjunctively, conjunctly, connect, connected, connecting, connecting station, connective, connexion, consilience, conspiracy, constitution, construction, conterminous, conterminousness, contiguity, contiguous, contrariety, convergence, converging, cooperation, cooperatively, copula, copulation, corner, corralling, correspondence, corridor, coterminous, coterminousness, covered way, crasis, critical point, crossing, crossroad, crossroads, crossway, data-gathering, dealings, deduction, defile, depot, disjunction, division point, dovetail, ecumenism, elbow, electric railway, elevated, elevated railway, embankment, embodiment, embody, employ, encompassment, encounter, engage, engross, enosis, exchange, exit, fabrication, fashioning, federalization, federation, feeder, feeder line, ferry, filiation, formation, fusing, fusion, gallery, gathering, get together, getup, graft, gravity-operated railway, hinge, homology, hookup, horse railway, hyphen, immediate, inclusion, incorporation, increase, increment, ingathering, inlet, inosculation, inseparability, insert, insertion, integrate, integration, interchange, intercommunication, interface, interlacing, interlinking, interlocking, intermedium, intermixture, interposition, intersection, intimacy, inventory, isthmus, join, joinder, joining, jointly, junta, knee, knotting, lane, league, liaison, light railroad, line, linkage, linking, linking together, lock, make, makeup, marijuana cigarette, marrying, mating, matrimony, meet, meld, melding, melt, merge, merging, metro, mingle, miscegenation, miter, mixing, mixture, mobilization, moment, monorail, mortise, muster, mutual attraction, mutually, narrate, nearby, nearness, nodal point, node, occasion, oneness, opening, organization, outlet, overpass, package, package deal, pairing, parasitism, pass, passage, passageway, perigee, perihelion, period, piecing together, pivot, plug in, point, portico, prefixation, prompt, propinquity, proximity, publically, publicly, put in, putting together, quick, rack railway, rack-and-pinion railway, rail, rail line, railroad, railroad tunnel, railway, rapport, recite, recount, reefer, reinforcement, relate, relatedness, relation, relations, reunion, ridge, road junction, roadbed, roadway, roast, rodeo, roundup, saprophytism, scar, seam, set, setup, shaping, sidetrack, siding, signing intersection, similarity, simultaneity, solidification, spliff, stab, stage, stepping-stone, stick, sticking, street railway, streetcar line, structure, structuring, subway, suffixation, sum, superaddition, superfetation, superjunction, superposition, supplement, supplementation, survey, suture, switchback, symbiosis, sympathy, synchronism, syncretism, syndication, syneresis, synthesis, synthesizing, syzygy, tactility, take on, terminal, terminus, three forked road, tie, tie up, tie-in, time, together, togetherness, touch, track, track connection, traffic circle, traffic interchange, traject, trajet, tram, tramline, trestle, trolley line, trunk, trunk line, tube, tunnel, turnout, underground, underpass, unification, union, union connection, unite, united action, uniting, unity, vinculum, voice, weld, yoking.

Rhymes for Junction:

  1. function;
  2. dysfunction, compunction, injunction, malfunction, conjunction;

Quotes for Junction:

  1. The present moment is nice but it does not last. Living in it is like waiting in a junction town for the morning limited; the junction may be interesting but some day you will have to leave it and you do not know where the limited will take you. Bruce Catton.
  2. Bleaching my hair for Two Moon Junction my hair was fried and I looked like an idiot. Sherilyn Fenn.
  3. Jerusalem is a festival and a lamentation. Its song is a sigh across the ages, a delicate, robust, mournful psalm at the great junction of spiritual cultures. David K. Shipler.