from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Variant of endue.
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- v. Alternative form of endue.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To put on, as clothes; to draw on.
- transitive v. To clothe; to invest; hence, to endow; to furnish; to supply with moral or mental qualities.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To put on, as a garment.
- To clothe; invest.
- To furnish; supply; endow.
- To inure; accustom.
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- v. give qualities or abilities to
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May indue vomiting in progressives, swelling of anger, and extended loss of rights.
"Therefore, indue course, the remaining exchange control measures will be steadily removed."
Half an hour from now, when I shall again and for ever re-indue that hated personality, I know how I shall sit shuddering and weeping in my chair, or continue, with the most strained and fear-struck ecstasy of listening, to pace up and down this room (my last earthly refuge) and give ear to every sound of menace.
So careful was he, so fearful of facing eternity and judgment -- if drown he must -- without them, that, although the time was short and the danger instant, and the man by this time a coward, he had stripped off oilskin coat and pea-jacket to indue them again and button them over his treasure.
She retired at once to the ladies 'cabin to indue her poke-bonnet with coquelicot trimmings.
The end was that Nurse Branscome hunted up a piece of coloured flannel, and Master Timothy that same evening was stripped to indue a pyjama suit.
Half an hour from now, when I shall again and forever re-indue that hated personality, I know how I shall sit shuddering and weeping in my chair, or continue, with the most strained and fearstruck ecstasy of listening, to pace up and down this room (my last earthly refuge) and give ear to every sound of menace.
Praying that the Great Head of the Church may indue him with all needful graces and crown his labors with success.
At length the boy and girl go upstairs to be "got ready," which means that they indue other garments yet more uncomfortable than those they already wear.
It is not my duty to indue facts and theories with affinity.
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