verb (used with object), en·dued, en·du·ing.
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Origin of endue
OTHER WORDS FROM endueun·en·dued, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for endue
Strange is the fate of genius, even when endued with the charm possessed by his!
He was endued with all virtues, and wanted nothing to complete his happiness but an heir.The Arabian Nights|Unknown
He had seen from the window, Charlie and his comrades coming, and this endued him with further strength, but all to no purpose.Legend of Moulin Huet|Lizzie A. Freeth
He was endued with a buff jerkin, wore a broad belt and cutlass by his side, and carried a halberd in his hand.Quentin Durward|Sir Walter Scott
A crooked face, long and lean, denotes a man endued with as bad qualities as the face is with ill features.