coupled, joined, linked
Meaning: connected by a link, as railway cars or trailer trucks
conjugate, conjugated, coupled
Meaning: joined together especially in a pair or pairs
The only power conferred is the power coupled with the duty of guarding and protecting the owner in his rights.
This, this, coupled with our material prosperity, will bring into our beloved South a new heaven and a new earth.
But the condition with which it was coupled rendered hesitation, of course, a matter altogether out of the question.
I come only to ask you to tell me the real nature of the accusations brought against Miss Yolland: your name is, of course, coupled with them."
There were circumstances, moreover, which coupled with late events, gave an unearthly and portentous character to the mania of the rider, and to the capabilities of the steed.
Thus, with never-failing persistence and patience, coupled with intense thought and hard work, Edison met and conquered, one by one, the complex difficulties that confronted him.
Thither came Charles Kingsley, Canon of Chester, who married a Grenfell, and who coupled his verse with scientific study and made geological excursions to the river's mouth with the then Master of Mostyn House School.
This additional spread of canvas, coupled with the fact that we were running far enough off the wind to permit of its drawing well, made a perceptible difference in our speed--quite a knot, I considered, and Bob agreed with me.