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injunction
used in Persuasion

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Definition
a command from the court — usually to prohibit someone from doing or continuing to do something
  • The party before her were, Mrs Musgrove, talking to Mrs Croft, and Captain Harville to Captain Wentworth; and she immediately heard that Mary and Henrietta, too impatient to wait, had gone out the moment it had cleared, but would be back again soon, and that the strictest injunctions had been left with Mrs Musgrove to keep her there till they returned.
    Chapter 23 (3% in)

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