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used in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope)

7 uses
  • First, dire Chimaera's conquest was enjoin'd; A mingled monster of no mortal kind!
    Book 6 (34% in)
  • Since, then, the night extends her gloomy shade, And heaven enjoins it, be the night obey'd.
    Book 7 (63% in)
  • But Jove, incensed, from Ida's top survey'd, And thus enjoin'd the many-colour'd maid.
    Book 8 (69% in)
  • The chief's example follow'd by his train, Each quits his car, and issues on the plain, By orders strict the charioteers enjoin'd Compel the coursers to their ranks behind.
    Book 12 (20% in)
  • I fought those towers to free, And guard that beauteous race from lords like thee: But thou a prey to vultures shalt be made; Thy own Achilles cannot lend thee aid; Though much at parting that great chief might say, And much enjoin thee, this important day.
    Book 16 (96% in)
  • While to their aid, by our command enjoin'd, Rush the swift eastern and the western wind: These from old ocean at my word shall blow, Pour the red torrent on the watery foe, Corses and arms to one bright ruin turn, And hissing rivers to their bottoms burn.
    Book 21 (55% in)
  • — "Many gifts he gave, and o'er Dolopia bade me rule; thee in his arms He brought an infant, on my bosom laid The precious charge, and anxiously enjoin'd That I should rear thee as my own with all A parent's love.
    Footnotes (66% in)

There are no more uses of "enjoin" in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope).

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