joined at the hip

joined at the hip
joined at the hip
informal
— used to describe two people who are often or usually together

She and her sister used to be joined at the hip [=inseparable] when they were kids.

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  • joined — /dʒɔɪnd/ (say joynd) verb 1. past tense and past participle of join. –adjective 2. (of an animal) having mated: a joined heifer. –phrase 3. joined at the hip, Colloquial (of two people) extremely close; inseparable …  

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