You desire me to look out a proper husband for your niece: it is with justice you enjoin me that office.
And yet with what severity do we enjoin children "not to interrupt" us!
Looking carefully round him, and then shutting the door softly, he put his finger on his lips, to enjoin them to silence.
And dropped it in the glowing mass—no priest did this enjoin.
I enjoin each of you to be prompt and energetic that an early assembling of said Indians at this point may thereby be secured.
Every man can understand it, but to conceive it and enjoin it was possible only for God.
Sometimes the courts, instead of going so far, will enjoin them from doing wrongs that are feared.
We stepped out from the shadow and held up our hands to enjoin care.
By their use the theorist is enabled serenely to enjoin himself from following out an elusive train of causal sequence.
Her first movement was to enjoin silence, then to gaze about for the goods.