ensate

ensate

(ˈɛnseɪt)
adj
(Botany) shaped like a sword
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Finally, whereas USEC would pay the Russians upon delivery for diluting the bombgrade uranium themselves, it would not immediatedly ensate them for one of the key ingredients the Russians would have to use in the dilution process -- namely, the $4 billion worth of natural uranium needed to blend down the bomb-grade uranium into the lesser-enriched kind used for nuclear fuel.