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Indurate

verb
(past & past part. indurated; pres. part. indurating)
1.
Become fixed or established.
2.
Make hard or harder.  Synonym: harden.
3.
Become hard or harder.  Synonym: harden.
4.
Cause to accept or become hardened to; habituate.  Synonyms: harden, inure.






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"Indurate" Quotes from Famous Books



... opinion of others wrought also to the mollifying of his mother's feelings toward him; but those with which she regarded Annie they only served to indurate, as the more revealing the girl's unworthiness of him. And although at first she regarded with favor her husband's kind intention toward Hector, she faced entirely round when he showed her a letter he had ...
— Far Above Rubies • George MacDonald



Words linked to "Indurate" :   callus, pachydermatous, encrust, soften, harden, steel oneself against, cauterize, habituate, insensitive, accustom, steel onself for, calcify, change, face-harden, incrust, induration, temper, callous, cure, inure, cauterise, normalize, anneal, brace oneself for, prepare for



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