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Adjure (v. t.)

To charge, bind, or command, solemnly, as if under oath, or under the penalty of a curse; to appeal to in the most solemn or impressive manner; to entreat earnestly.

Adjure Synonyms

Bid, Entreat, Beseech, Press, Conjure

Adjure Rhymes

Bir, Birr, Blur, Bur, Burr, Cur, Der, Dirr, Duhr, Durr, Err, Eure, Fer, Feur, Fir, Fleur, Fluhr, Fur, Furr, Furrh, Gurr, Hur, Jerr, Ker, Kerr, Kuhr, Luhr, Mer, Murr, Myrrh, Nurre, Per, Pere, Pur, Purr, Scher, Schnur, Schnurr, Schreur, Schur, Schurr, Schwer, Sher, Shir, Shirr, Shur, Shurr, Sir, Slur, Spur, Spurr, Stir, Stuhr, Sur, Swor, Ter, Thur, Ur, We're, Were, Whirr

Abjure, Adjure, Chauffeur, Chesshir, Cofer, Concur, Confer, Credeur, Defer, Defleur, Demur, Deter, Dufur, Esquer, Francoeur, Incur, Infer, Inter, Lafleur, Liqueur, Mccur, Mcgirr, Monsieur, Occur, Payeur, Prefer, Ramseur, Recur, Refer, Shor, Transfer

Connoisseur, Redifer, Reoccur, Saboteur

Entrepreneur, Restaurateur

Spanish Translation

Adjure in Spanish is Conjurar

Tagalog Translation

Adjure in Tagalog is Makiusap

Example Sentence (Quote)

"I adjure you, o daughters of Jerusalem, that you stir not up nor awaken love until it please." - Spiritual love


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