Definition of "enjoin"
  1. A legal order that instructs a person or organization to either carry out a specific act or refrain from doing something, issued when immediate action is necessary to prevent possible harm or injury
How to use "enjoin" in a sentence
  1. The court decided to enjoin the company from releasing the product until the investigation was complete.
  2. The city was enjoined from demolishing the historic building by the environmental organization.
  3. The employee sought to enjoin his former employer from revealing any confidential information.

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