enjoin[ en-join ]SEE DEFINITION OF enjoin
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENJOIN
And yet with what severity do we enjoin children "not to interrupt" us!
And dropped it in the glowing mass—no priest did this enjoin.
Every man can understand it, but to conceive it and enjoin it was possible only for God.
We stepped out from the shadow and held up our hands to enjoin care.
Her first movement was to enjoin silence, then to gaze about for the goods.
To those laws, enjoin what they may, I am prepared to submit.
And if I followed your precepts, what other preliminaries would you enjoin?
They also took courage at what was told them, and were ready to perform what he should enjoin them.
In the laws that enjoin the duty of Covenanting they are not excluded.
All the laws that enjoin the exercise of Covenanting, were delivered to the Church.