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Definitiona command from the court — usually to prohibit someone from doing or continuing to do something
- Both the expressions flitting over her face, and the changes of her moods, began to alarm me terribly; and brought to my recollection her former illness, and the doctor's injunction that she should not be crossed.Chapter 12 (18% in)
- 'Then Master Linton has forgot the first injunction of his uncle,' I observed: 'he bid us keep on the Grange land, and here we are off at once.'Chapter 26 (7% in)
- 'You cannot deny that you entered my house of your own accord, in contempt of his injunctions to the contrary.Chapter 27 (77% in)
There are no more uses of "injunction" in Wuthering Heights.
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