Like Amalek, the Biblical evil-doer whose name we are enjoined to “blot out.”
In addition to Iran and Syria, Paul said he believes “the Turks should be enjoined” in the fight.
She enjoined all Brazilians to reach out to the grieving families, declaring that “we will—because we must—overcome this” tragedy.
In vain was it shown that they had been enjoined by their constituents to continue the struggle.
Virtue is not enjoined because it necessarily leads to happiness.
A letter-carrier will cover thirty-five miles of hilly road as an ordinary day's march, and more if haste is enjoined.
He enjoined her not to lose it, but to hold it tightly all the way home.
He was again, under oath, enjoined secrecy, which he promised.
In former times, they heard confessions and enjoined penances.
He gave him a magnificent Latin certificate, and enjoined silence on the abb de Frilair, who was venturing to remonstrate.