verb (used with object), en·dued, en·du·ing.
Origin of endue
Examples from the Web for endue
Nothing was wanting to endue that drive with every illusion of a dream.Linda Lee, Incorporated|Louis Joseph Vance
Lutaif lamented bitterly that we had no European clothes with which to endue ourselves, and properly impress the Kaid.Mogreb-el-Acksa|R. B. Cunninghame Graham
Surely God did not endue us with the power of hoping that we might fling it all away on trivial, transient things.Expositions of Holy Scripture|Alexander Maclaren
O may God give me learning, even language; and endue me with qualifications to magnify His name while I live.
Only a people like the French can endue fashion with absolutism.A Midsummer Drive Through The Pyrenees|Edwin Asa Dix
British Dictionary definitions for endue
verb -dues, -duing or -dued (tr)
Word Origin for endue
Word Origin and History for endue
also indue, c.1400, from Old French enduire "lead, drive, initiate, indoctrinate" (12c.), from Latin inducere "to lead" (see induce). Related: Endued.