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a variant spelling of inure
in•ure (ɪnˈyʊər, ɪˈnʊər)
v. -ured, -ur•ing. v.t.
1. to toughen or harden by use or exposure; accustom; habituate (usu. fol. by to): inured to cold. v.i.
2. to come into use; take or have effect.
3. to become beneficial or advantageous.
[1480–90; v. use of phrase in ure, en ure in use, customary]
Past participle: enured
References in classic literature
Not that they durst without his leave attempt, But us he sends upon his high behests For state, as Sovran King, and to enure
Our prompt obedience.
Swift changeover to a large variety of pad shapes can occur by switching product-related parts and enures
a highly flexible production level.
The Ultimate Best Interest of the Child Enures
from Parental Reinforcement: The Journey to Family Integrity, 83 NEB.