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injunction
used in Sense and Sensibility

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Definition
a command from the court — usually to prohibit someone from doing or continuing to do something
  • Mrs. Jennings, though forced, on examination, to acknowledge a temporary revival, tried to keep her young friend from indulging a thought of its continuance;— and Elinor, conning over every injunction of distrust, told herself likewise not to hope.
    Chapter 43 (75% in)
  • Elinor would not attempt to disturb a solitude so reasonable as what she now sought; and with a mind anxiously pre-arranging its result, and a resolution of reviving the subject again, should Marianne fail to do it, she turned into the parlour to fulfill her parting injunction.
    Chapter 46 (**% in)

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