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The Count of Monte Cristo
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enjoin
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • As regards the generality of mankind it is; but not for you, my dear viscount, who are one of my most intimate friends, and on whose silence I feel I may rely, if I consider it necessary to enjoin it—may I not do so?
  • At other times in spite of maternal endearments or threats, I had with a child’s caprice been accustomed to indulge my feelings of sorrow or anger by crying as much as I felt inclined; but on this occasion there was an intonation of such extreme terror in my mother’s voice when she enjoined me to silence, that I ceased crying as soon as her command was given.

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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.

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