Origin of enjoin
OTHER WORDS FROM enjoinen·join·er, nounen·join·ment, nounre·en·join, verb (used with object)un·en·joined, adjective
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How to use enjoin in a sentence
On May 24, a complaint signed by Kennedy asked the federal court to enjoin Wallace from interfering with the students.How Robert F. Kennedy Shaped His Brother's Response to Civil Rights|Patricia Sullivan|August 11, 2021|Time
These aren’t B2B contracts because when my payer negotiates with my provider, and they legally enjoin me to pay money according to the contract that I have no visibility into, that’s an entirely different world.How to Fix the Hot Mess of U.S. Healthcare (Ep. 456)|Stephen J. Dubner|April 1, 2021|Freakonomics
Idaho passed a similar law last year, which was later enjoined by a federal court.The massive Republican push to ban trans athletes, explained|Katelyn Burns|March 26, 2021|Vox
The resulting film packs a cumulative punch that leaves us feeling both humbled and inspired, while also enjoining us to take up the torch of its subject’s righteous rage.‘Wojnarowicz’ burns with a queer icon’s brilliant fury|John Paul King|March 24, 2021|Washington Blade
A court of equity though may do this, and enjoin a pledgee from voting the stock whenever the pledgor's rights would be affected.
Sometimes the courts, instead of going so far, will enjoin them from doing wrongs that are feared.
A continued to practice as before and B applied to a court of equity to enjoin him.
Neither was it part of that plan to enjoin either secrecy or the other thing upon him.In Accordance with the Evidence|Oliver Onions
In the laws that enjoin the duty of Covenanting they are not excluded.The Ordinance of Covenanting|John Cunningham