The act or an instance of enjoining; a command, directive, or order.(noun)
Law A court order prohibiting a party from a specific course of action.(noun)
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Use "injunction" in a sentence
""Somehow they have gotten a court order - it's a little iffy whether it's an injunction, the word injunction is not written on it - but it's telling us that we're trespassing and we can't be here," Norman Stephens, a Gitxsan hereditary chief, said Thursday in a telephone interview."
"Anonsters: Evidently, the scope of this injunction is a political question, because the response to the question breaks cleanly along predictable political lines."
"To all within the sound of his word, the injunction is addressed, 'Be ye holy; for I am holy!' but to none, not to the most intelligent of his creatures, does he say, 'Be ye great, for I am great.'"