verb (used with object), in·du·rat·ed, in·du·rat·ing.
verb (used without object), in·du·rat·ed, in·du·rat·ing.
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Origin of indurate
OTHER WORDS FROM induratenon·in·du·rat·ed, adjectivesem·i-in·du·rate, adjectivesem·i-in·du·rat·ed, adjectiveun·in·du·rate, adjective
Words nearby indurate
Example sentences from the Web for indurate
Pick up again his indurate book, Dreams from My Father, and see the harsh truth.
Even where there is no plastering, the tattooing may be found to indurate the skin, and to render it less sensible to cold.John Rutherford, the White Chief|George Lillie Craik
A thousand years after your body has returned to dust, that piece of Indurate will still exist, unchanged, unworn.
Ganeth-Klae designed it just before he disappeared, using the last lot of Indurate in existence.
He used the last lot of Indurate to make that booster, a device which he said would increase our take-off speed.
Stark and indurate like an Adirondack meadow enameled with trap rock, he plodded rigidly on.The Army Mule and Other War Sketches|Henry A. Castle