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ad·jure

 (ə-jo͝or′)
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.

[Middle English adjuren, from Latin adiūrāre, to swear to : ad-, ad- + iūrāre, to swear; see yewes- in Indo-European roots.]

ad·jur′er, ad·ju′ror n.

adjure

(əˈdʒʊə)
vb (tr)
1. to command, often by exacting an oath; charge
2. to appeal earnestly to
[C14: from Latin adjūrāre to swear to, from ad- to + jūrāre to swear, from jūs oath]
adjuration n
adˈjuratory adj
adˈjurer, adˈjuror n

ad•jure

(əˈdʒʊər)

v.t. -jured, -jur•ing.
1. to charge, bind, or command earnestly and solemnly, often under oath or the threat of a penalty.
2. to entreat or request earnestly or solemnly.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Latin adjūrāre. See ad-, jury1]
ad•ju•ra•tion (ˌædʒ ʊˈreɪ ʃən) n.
ad•jur′a•to`ry (-ˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i) adj.
ad•jur′er, ad•ju′ror, n.

adjure


Past participle: adjured
Gerund: adjuring

Imperative
adjure
adjure
Present
I adjure
you adjure
he/she/it adjures
we adjure
you adjure
they adjure
Preterite
I adjured
you adjured
he/she/it adjured
we adjured
you adjured
they adjured
Present Continuous
I am adjuring
you are adjuring
he/she/it is adjuring
we are adjuring
you are adjuring
they are adjuring
Present Perfect
I have adjured
you have adjured
he/she/it has adjured
we have adjured
you have adjured
they have adjured
Past Continuous
I was adjuring
you were adjuring
he/she/it was adjuring
we were adjuring
you were adjuring
they were adjuring
Past Perfect
I had adjured
you had adjured
he/she/it had adjured
we had adjured
you had adjured
they had adjured
Future
I will adjure
you will adjure
he/she/it will adjure
we will adjure
you will adjure
they will adjure
Future Perfect
I will have adjured
you will have adjured
he/she/it will have adjured
we will have adjured
you will have adjured
they will have adjured
Future Continuous
I will be adjuring
you will be adjuring
he/she/it will be adjuring
we will be adjuring
you will be adjuring
they will be adjuring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been adjuring
you have been adjuring
he/she/it has been adjuring
we have been adjuring
you have been adjuring
they have been adjuring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been adjuring
you will have been adjuring
he/she/it will have been adjuring
we will have been adjuring
you will have been adjuring
they will have been adjuring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been adjuring
you had been adjuring
he/she/it had been adjuring
we had been adjuring
you had been adjuring
they had been adjuring
Conditional
I would adjure
you would adjure
he/she/it would adjure
we would adjure
you would adjure
they would adjure
Past Conditional
I would have adjured
you would have adjured
he/she/it would have adjured
we would have adjured
you would have adjured
they would have adjured
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.adjure - ask for or request earnestlyadjure - ask for or request earnestly; "The prophet bid all people to become good persons"
plead - appeal or request earnestly; "I pleaded with him to stop"
2.adjure - command solemnlyadjure - command solemnly      
burden, saddle, charge - impose a task upon, assign a responsibility to; "He charged her with cleaning up all the files over the weekend"
Translations

adjure

[əˈdʒʊəʳ] VT (frm) to adjure sb to do sth (= order) → ordenar solemnemente a algn que haga algo; (= implore) → suplicar or implorar a algn que haga algo

adjure

vt (liter)beschwören
References in classic literature ?
When I die, Billy, you must bury me in a redwood grove," Saxon adjured.
Master Bardell, thus adjured, placed the refractory flat candle on the bottom stair, and vanished into the front parlour with his message.
I adjured him to write by the first post and to agree with us for an early hearing; then I asked him if the experience in question had been his own.
I called to Herbert and Startop to keep before the tide, that she might see us lying by for her, and I adjured Provis to sit quite still, wrapped in his cloak.
If I have not," pursues Sir Leicester, "in the most emphatic manner, adjured you, officer, to exercise your utmost skill in this atrocious case, I particularly desire to take the present opportunity of rectifying any omission I may have made.
Put away your magic tubes," he said; "ye have adjured me in the name of hospitality, and for that reason, but not from fear of what ye can do, I spare him.
jumped off, threw her reins to the native boy, and adjured St.
Thus adjured, Mr Noggs took, from an old trunk, a sheet of paper, which appeared to have been scrawled over in great haste; and after sundry extraordinary demonstrations of reluctance, delivered himself in the following terms.
A four- member commission, headed by Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Justice Sardar Mohammad Raza heard the proceedings and adjured the hearing as Imran Khan's petition on the matter was pending in the Islamabad High Court (IHC).
One, that Israel shall not go up [all together as if surrounded] by a wall [italics mine]; the second, that whereby the Holy One, blessed be He, adjured Israel that they shall not rebel against the nations of the world; and the third is that whereby the Holy One, blessed be He, adjured the idolaters that they should not oppress Israel too much.
those who do not hear can only be adjured to listen more closely.
Within the letter, the apex bank adjured against denominating the cost of products or services in any foreign currency in Nigeria and directed that no business offer or acceptance should be consummated in any currency other than the naira.