Definition of Enjoin:
To direct or impose, or forbid or restrain, through an official order such as a court injunction.
Instruct or urge (someone) to do something.
Synonyms of Enjoin
Adjure, Admonish, Advise, Appreciate, Arrest, Ban, Bar, Bid, Boast, Bridle, Burden with, Call on, Call the signals, Call upon, Caution, Charge, Check, Command, Commission, Constrain, Contain, Control, Cool, Cool off, Cotton to, Counsel, Curb, Curtail, Debar, Decelerate, Declare, Decree, Delight in, Demand, Deny, Dictate, Direct, Disallow, Dompt, Dote, Drink in, Eat up, Embargo, Encourage, Enjoy, Exact, Exclude, Exclude from, Exhort, Expostulate, Fancy, Fasten upon, Fill, Forbid, Forewarn, Freight with, Give an order, Give the word, Go, Govern, Guard, Hinder, Hold, Hold at bay, Hold back, Hold fast, Hold in, Hold in check, Hold in leash, Hold up, Impose, Impose on, Impose upon, Incite, Induce, Inflict on, Inflict upon, Inhibit, Instruct, Interdict, Issue a caveat, Issue a command, Issue a writ, Keep, Keep back, Keep from, Keep in, Keep in check, Keep under control, Lay, Lay on, Lay under restraint, Levy, Like, Love, Luxuriate in, Maintain, Mandate, Mind, Move, Occupy, Ordain, Order, Order about, Outlaw, Own, Persuade, Place, Possess, Preach, Preclude, Prescribe, Prevent, Proclaim, Prohibit, Prompt, Promulgate, Pronounce, Proscribe, Pull, Pull in, Put, Put down, Put on, Put upon, Refuse, Rein, Rein in, Reject, Relish, Remonstrate, Repress, Restrain, Retain, Retard, Retrench, Rule, Rule out, Saddle with, Savor, Say no to, Say the word, Set, Set back, Shut out, Slow down, Snub, Straiten, Subject to, Suppress, Taboo, Take to, Task, Tax, Tell, Urge, Warn, Weight down with, Withhold, Yoke with, Urge, Encourage, Try to persuade, Adjure, Admonish, Press, Prompt, Prod, Goad, Egg on, Spur, Push, Pressure, Put pressure on, Use pressure on, Pressurize, Lean on
How to use Enjoin in a sentence?
- The code enjoined members to trade fairly.
Meaning of Enjoin & Enjoin Definition