verb (used with or without object), en·ured, en·ur·ing.
Examples from the Web for enure
Every reservation for the benefit of British subjects should enure for the benefit of subjects of other powers.
Or did the crime of Richard, though punished in him, enure to the benefit of Henry?
The object of the practice was to enure the men to work, not only when fresh, but when tired.
The erroneous impression prevails among some that the pregnant wife should enure herself to toil and hardship.The Physical Life of Woman:|Dr. George H Napheys