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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of endue.


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  • A layered labyrinth plot endues, which evokes allegiances to classic crime literature of the period while conjuring up a tale primarily focused on the wayward power of friendship.

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  • What endues is a superbly surreal endeavour as the puppeteer attempts to market the portal into a small business.

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  • Who endues the breath on her face and the feel of a man she knows she will never love.

    Honouring African Women

  • In like manner the magnet endues iron with a new disposition of its parts and a conformable motion, but loses nothing of its own virtue.

    The New Organon

  • Whereas two sons were born to Abraham, the one by a handmaid, the other by a free woman; he infers, that there are two kinds of persons born in the Church; the faithful, whom God endues with the Spirit of adoption, that they may enjoy the inheritance; and hypocritical disciples, who feign themselves to be what they are not, and usurp, for a time, a name and place among the sons of God.

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 1

  • And then, secondly, it is equally incumbent on us to evince and manifest it by its fruits, in the mortification of corrupt lusts and affections, in all duties of holiness, righteousness, charity, and piety, in the world: for that God may be glorified hereby is one of the ends why he endues our natures with it; and without these visible fruits, we expose our entire profession of holiness to reproach.


  • Patience endues her scholars with content of mind, and evenness of temper, preventing all repining grumbling, and impatient desires, and inordinate affections; disappointments here are no crosses, and all anxious thoughts are disarmed of their sting; in her habitations dwell quietness, submission, and long-suffering, all fierce turbulent inclinations are hereby allayed.

    Daily Strength for Daily Needs

  • Now what may it be that endues these liquors with such prolifick virtue?

    Manures and the principles of manuring

  • "Food", porridge mixed with the slaver of tortured snakes, gives magic strength or endues the eater with eloquence and knowledge of beast and bird speech (as Finn's broiled fish and Sigfred's broiled dragon-heart do).

    The Danish History, Books I-IX

  • The effect of the air upon the blood is this: by thrusting out as it were, all the noxious properties which it has collected in its passage through the body, it endues it with the peculiar property of vitality, that is, it enables it to build up, repair, and excite the different functions and organs of the body.

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 14, No. 392, October 3, 1829


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