Definition of Enjoiners

1. Noun. (plural of enjoiner) ¹



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Definition of Enjoiners

1. enjoiner [n] - See also: enjoiner

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enjoiners

enjailing
enjails
enjamb
enjambed
enjambement
enjambements
enjambing
enjambment
enjambments
enjambs
enjoin
enjoinder
enjoinders
enjoined
enjoiner
enjoiners
enjoining
enjoinment
enjoinments
enjoins
enjoy
enjoy oneself
enjoy your meal
enjoyability
enjoyable
enjoyableness
enjoyablenesses
enjoyably
enjoyed
enjoyer

Literary usage of Enjoiners

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Collections by Massachusetts Historical Society (1885)
"This can be done only because the enjoiners have force enough to see it effected ; and viewed in this light, all freedom and liberty is at an end. ..."

2. Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society by Massachusetts Historical Society (1885)
"This can be done only because the enjoiners have force enough to see it effected; and viewed in this light, all freedom and liberty is at an end. ..."

3. Biennial Report by West Virginia State Dept. of Education (1875)
"The injunction was tried by the judge of this circuit and decided against the enjoiners. They then appealed to the Supreme Court of Appeals, ..."

4. The New Testament for English Readers: Containing the Authorized Version by Henry Alford (1865)
"... seed is of course Christ) ; being enjoined by means of angels (angels were, according to the Rabbinical view, the functors and enjoiners of the law : so ..."

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