He is enjoined to silence and to rest, and they have given him some opiate to lull his pain, for his old enemy is very hard with him.
He puts it to his ears, and it whispers information; he puts it to his lips, and it enjoins him to secrecy; he rubs it over his nose, and it sharpens his scent; he shakes it before a guilty man, and it charms him to his destruction.
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Her moral outlook enjoins her to treat every person with dignity.
Environmentalist seek to enjoin the drilling on the grounds that it is unnecessary and dangerous.