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indue

[in-doo, -dyoo]
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verb (used with object), in·dued, in·du·ing.
  1. endue.
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Examples from the Web for indue

Historical Examples

  • This is to ask why God has been pleased to indue man with sensibility and free will.

    Harmonies of Political Economy

    Frdric Bastiat

  • He now felt refreshed and invigorated, and began to indue his garments, which he found thrown on a heap beside the bed.

    Rienzi

    Edward Bulwer Lytton

  • There the audience cannot indue a comedian with his part: at the Opera, they cannot separate the actor from his.

  • An armed Loadstone does not indue an excited piece of Iron with greater vigour than an unarmed.


British Dictionary definitions for indue

indue

verb -dues, -duing or -dued
  1. a variant spelling of endue
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