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  • v. Present participle of endue.

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Examples

  • Sink or swim, prodigies seem to speak to something vital, a football-centred sense of enduing national fecundity, of great, untapped footballer-pockets still walled beneath the granite slopes.

    Enjoying the fleeting thrill of fragile prodigies is a national habit | Barney Ronay

  • The Sri Lankan Government with the assistance of the international community can seek to win a long-term, enduing peace or over a period of time we will see similar things emerge that we've seen over the last two to three decades.

    Interview: Australia Network with Jim Middleton, 18 May 2009 - Transcript - The Hon Stephen Smith MP, Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs

  • Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, indicated in a speech to Tehran University last Sunday that his country was not eager for an agreement now, in part because America's low status in the Middle East gives Iran an opportunity to achieve its dreams of regional dominance, pointing up "the might and the enduing grandeur of the Islamic System."

    A Chanukah Miracle?

  • Combining with taste her remembrance of the edifices which she had seen in the east, and by an effort of genius enduing them with unity of design, she executed the plan which had been sent to the Protector.

    The Last Man

  • CREATOR Spirit, who broodest everlastingly over the lands and waters of earth, enduing them with forms and colours which no human skill can copy, give me to-day, I beseech Thee, the mind and heart to rejoice in Thy creation.

    A Diary Of Private Prayer

  • This, secondly, is the Lord Christ by faith to be eyed in; and that not only in respect of the first enduing of our hearts with his Holy Spirit, but also of the continual supplies of it, drawing forth and exciting more effectual [327] operations and actings of that indwelling Spirit.

    Of Communion with God the Father, Son and Holy Ghost

  • They become His temple, and their hearts are a holy of holies in which His blessed presence ever abides, and from that central citadel He works, enduing the man who has received Him with power.

    When the Holy Ghost is Come

  • Let us return, therefore, if you please, or rather because you please, to the work which we have intermitted; and let us examine the Holy Ghost enduing us with the light of truth, the heavenly treasures which holy Isaiah has laid up under the guise of parables, when he writes that parable which the people, freed from his tyranny, shall take up against the king of Babylon.

    The World's Best Orations, Vol. 1 (of 10)

  • Norman conquest and its results were of incalculable value to England, by bringing her into relations with the continent, by enduing her with a weight and influence in the affairs of Europe which she could never otherwise have attained, and by giving a new birth to a noble literature which has had no superior in any period of the world's history.

    English Literature, Considered as an Interpreter of English History Designed as a Manual of Instruction

  • But if death was within the body, woven into its very substance and dominating it as though completely one with it, the need was for Life to be woven into it instead, so that the body by thus enduing itself with life might cast corruption off.

    On the Incarnation

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