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ad·jure / əˈjoŏr/ • v. [tr.] formal urge or request (someone) solemnly or earnestly to do something: I adjure you to tell me the truth. DERIVATIVES: ad·ju·ra·tion / ˌajəˈrāshən/ n. ad·jur·a·to·ry / -əˌtôrē/ adj.

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adjure †put (one) to his oath XIV; charge solemnly XV. — L. adjūrāre, f. AD- + jūs, jūr- oath (cf. JURY).
So adjuration XIV (rare before XVII). — F. or L.

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