verb (used with object), en·dued, en·du·ing.
- ends of the earth, the,
- endurance race,
- endurance ratio,
Origin of endue
Examples from the Web for endued
And I send the promise of My Father upon you, but stay you in the city till you be endued with power from on high.St. Peter, His Name and His Office|Thomas W. Allies
The constitution of her mind is exempt from female weakness, and she is endued with a masculine power of application.Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth|Lucy Aikin
He is endued with the supernatural knowledge of some things.The Works of John Dryden, Volume XVI. (of 18)|John Dryden
This smell several persons have who are endued with the second-sight, and it is always accomplished soon after.
Animals are endued with feeling, but they would seem in general to be destitute of foresight.Harmonies of Political Economy|Frdric Bastiat
verb -dues, -duing or -dued (tr)
Word Origin for endue
also indue, c.1400, from Old French enduire "lead, drive, initiate, indoctrinate" (12c.), from Latin inducere "to lead" (see induce). Related: Endued.