They are experienced with the grim side of husbandry, but they are not inured to it.
As for Cucurullo, he had been inured to hardship and misery in his childhood.
The blood-stained soil of Valley Forge had inured him to hardships to which others would have yielded.
Both sons and daughters should early be inured to habits of independence and industry.
The scenes are painted in much the same manner as that to which we are accustomed and inured.
This was not altogether new work to one inured as a scout, but sufficiently serious to call forth every precaution.
And in any case, what a state of mind it is—to be inured to danger!
inured as Paul Harley was to surprise, his first sentiment as he had set eyes upon the man had been one of sheer amazement.
Their frames were well knit, and inured to fatigues and hardships.
Her body was not inured to such endeavors, but her will was master of her body.