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  • noun Plural form of endite.


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  • Thus craving the continuall sun-shine of your worships favour towards me, and that they may never decline to any west, and desiring your friendly censure of my travailes, I wish unto you your owne wishes, which are such as wisedome endites, and successe should subscribe.

    Shakespeare's Lost Years in London, 1586-1592

  • The scientists believe the coxal endites could be an evolutionary hang-over from their last common ancestor, who probably used the growths at the base of their limbs to help them grind their food.


  • The scientists also discovered that Cryptomartus hindi had ball-like growths at the base of its limbs, called coxal endites.



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