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
As Napoleon enjoined, “in war, the moral is to the material as three to one.”As the U.S. and China continue to posture, the key will be Taiwan|Clyde Prestowitz|October 29, 2021|Washington Post
“Federal courts enjoy the power to enjoin individuals tasked with enforcing laws, not the laws themselves,” the majority wrote in allowing the law to go into effect.Texas, Justice Dept. argue over role of federal courts as abortion law dispute heads to Supreme Court|Robert Barnes|October 27, 2021|Washington Post
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
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