jointery
 n.— «All through the previous parliament David had dragged his feet on joint selection of candidates, joint parliamentary meetings, joint everything and even now when “jointery” had proved wanting here, he was putting up more obstacles to unity.» —“Owen ‘Clanger’ Cost Us Votes, Says Steel” by Chris Moncrieff Press Association (U.K.) Sept. 8, 1989. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)