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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of indurate.


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  • The truly sick ones bypass that altogether and move into chronic disease which indurates, alters, and weakens at far more fundamental and dangerous levels.

    The Full Feed from

  • The entire region around Paris lies on a substratum of this stone, which indurates by exposure to the air, and the whole secret of the celebrated catacombs of

    Recollections of Europe

  • This disposition, which preserves the tranquillity of the rich, indurates the sense of wretchedness in the poor; it supplies the place of fortitude in the one, and that of patience in the other; and, while it enables both to endure their own particular distresses, it makes them submit quietly to a weight and excess of public evils, which any nation but their own would sink under, or resist.

    A Residence in France During the Years 1792 1793 1794 and 1795

  • But inexplicable and almighty providence strengthens, indurates the heart for the scenes of detestation to which it is destined.

    Italian Letters, Vols. I and II The History of the Count de St. Julian


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