verb (used with object), in·ured, in·ur·ing.
verb (used without object), in·ured, in·ur·ing.
Words nearby inure
Origin of inure
OTHER WORDS FROM inurein·ur·ed·ness [in-yoo r-id-nis, ih-noo r-, in-yoo rd-, ih-noo rd-] /ɪnˈyʊər ɪd nɪs, ɪˈnʊər-, ɪnˈyʊərd-, ɪˈnʊərd-/, nounin·ure·ment, nounun·in·ured, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH inureinhere inure
Examples from the Web for inure
She found, however, that it was one to which she must inure herself.Persuasion|Jane Austen
I dressed them warmly, and then tried to inure them to all weathers, as I had always done my own child.Rose Clark|Fanny Fern
At the least, a prince may animate and inure some meaner persons, to be as it were scourges, to ambitious men.Essays|Francis Bacon
For which purpose Plato teacheth us that we ought to inure ourselves to fear, blame and disgrace more than labor and danger.Essays and Miscellanies|Plutarch
They expect the folly of its leaders to inure to the benefit of the Whigs.Letters and Literary Memorials of Samuel J. Tilden, v. 1|Samuel J. Tilden