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adjure
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The Silver Chair
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as in: I adjure you Define
to appeal earnestly or command solemnly
  • "Once and for all," said the prisoner, "I adjure you to set me free."

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  • I adjure you.
  • I adjured her not to leave.
    Dickens, Charles  --  A Tale Of Two Cities

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as in: I adjure you Define
to appeal earnestly or command solemnly
as in: I adjure all allegiance Define
to confirm by oath
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