Definition of Adjure in English :

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Adjure meaning in English

Meaning of Adjure in English

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Adjure pronunciation in English

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Adjure

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Verb

1. adjure, beseech, bid, conjure, entreat, press

ask for or request earnestly

Example Sentences:
'The prophet bid all people to become good persons'

2. adjure

command solemnly

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Adjure

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verb (transitive)
1. 
to command, often by exacting an oath; charge
2. 
to appeal earnestly to

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Adjure

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verb transitiveWord forms: adˈjured or adˈjuring
1. 
to command or charge solemnly, often under oath or penalty
2. 
to entreat solemnly; appeal to earnestly

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Adjure

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tr.v. ad·jured, ad·jur·ing, ad·jures
1. To command or enjoin solemnly, as under oath: "adjuring her in the name of God to declare the truth" (Increase Mather).
2. To appeal to or entreat earnestly.

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