Thesaurus / enjoin

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

That he doubted the right of the committee to enjoin secrecy; 2d.
I cried out, in such a tone of astonished indignation that Monna Giuliana seized my arm and pressed it to enjoin prudence.
THE STROLLING SAINTRAPHAEL SABATINI
Shall we tear her very heart from her, while we enjoin her duties to which a whole heart is scarce equal?
This she could do, and yet not fail in any friendly duty which the remembrance of their former love might enjoin upon her.
He raised his hand, as though to enjoin silence, and then pointed it in front of him, raised to the level of his head.
As a people, we perform military duty as the laws of the State of Illinois enjoin and require.
SPENCER'S LETTERSORSON SPENCER
Thou enjoinest continency: give me what Thou enjoinest, and enjoin what Thou wilt.
To enjoin honesty, and to insist on having what could not be honestly got, was then the constant practice of the Company.
I enjoin you to abstain from all violent action, to shun all excitements that cause moral disturbance.
A STRANGE STORY, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
The constable looked annoyed, but started reading, "I hereby restrict and enjoin you, under clause A—"
THE LOST WAGONJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD

WORDS RELATED TO ENJOIN

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