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Enjoin, 1) to bind, to oblige; followed by to: “I would bend under any heavy weight that he'll e. me to,” Ado V, 1, 287. “I am --ed by oath to observe three things,” Merch. II, 9, 9. “to be by oath --ed to this,” Wint. III, 3, 53. --ed, absolutely, == bound in duty or by oath: “of --ed penitents there's four or five, to great Saint Jaques bound, already at my house,” All's III, 5, 97.
2) to order, to charge: “those logs that you are --ed to pile,” Tp. III, 1, 17. “she --ed me to write some lines,” Gentl. II, 1, 93. Gentl. II, 1, 93 Rom. IV, 2, 19. Per. II, 4, 55. “we e. thee, that thou carry this bastard hence,” Wint. II, 3, 173. “it was --ed him,” LLL V, 2, 718.
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