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Definition of "enjoining" []

  • Present participle of enjoin. (verb)

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Use "enjoining" in a sentence
  • "Halbert promised to adhere to his master's orders; and Wallace, girding on his sword, and taking his hunting-spear (with which the care of his venerable domestic had provided him), he pressed the faithful hand that presented it, and again enjoining him to be watchful of the tranquillity of his lady, and to send him tidings of her in the evening, to the cave near the Corie Lynn, he climbed the wall and was out of sight in an instant."
  • "As part of her order, the judge placed time restrictions on how quickly Theflyonthewall. com could publish ratings after they are released to investment bank clients — namely enjoining the Web site from publishing new premarket analyst recommendations until 30 minutes after the U.S. markets open."
  • "Funk, Didascalia, 489) there is a rubric enjoining that the deacon, before beginning the litany, invite all to kneel down, and terminate by bidding all to rise up again."