JUNC'TURE, noun [Latin junctura; jungo, to join.]
1. A joining; union; amity; as the juncture of hearts. [Little Used.]
2. A union of two bodies; a seam; particularly, a joint or articulation.
3. The line or point at which two bodies are joined.
4. A point of time; particularly, a point rendered critical or important by a concurrence of circumstances.