inured

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If you are inured to something unpleasant, you have become used to it so that it no longer affects you. Doctors become inured to death
made tough by habitual exposure; "hardened fishermen"; "a peasant, dark, lean-faced, wind-inured"- Robert Lynd; "our successors may be graver, more inured and equable men"- V S Pritchett
past of inure
inure
To take effect, to be operative
inure
To cause (someone) to become accustomed (to something); to habituate

As Tom Paine warned, inuring us to lies lays the groundwork for many other evils.

inure
to harden or toughen by use, exercise, or exposure
inure
inure to to make someone become used to something unpleasant, so that they are no longer upset by it
inure
cause to accept or become hardened to; habituate; "He was inured to the cold"
inure
To be used
inure
cause to accept or become hardened to; habituate; "He was inured to the cold
inure
To take effect, or to benefit someone. In property law, the term means "to vest". For example, Jim buys a beach house that includes the right to travel across the neighbors property to get to the water. That right of way is said, cryptically, "to inure to the benefit of Jim"
inure
(2 syl ) to habituate or harden by use Ure is an archaic word meaning use (Latin opus, work French æuvre; old French, eure )
inure
To pass into use; to take or have effect; to be applied; to serve to the use or benefit of; as, a gift of lands inures to the heirs
inure
To become accustomed to something unpleasant by prolonged exposure
inure
{f} accustom; strengthen; put to use; be useful
inure
To take effect, to result; to come into operation
inure
1 to come into use; take or have effect 2 to become beneficial or advantageous
inure
To apply in use; to train; to discipline; to use or accustom till use gives little or no pain or inconvenience; to harden; to habituate; to practice habitually
inured

    الواصلة

    in·ured

    التركية النطق

    înyûrd

    النطق

    /əˈnyo͝ord/ /ɪˈnjʊrd/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ i-'nur, -'nyur ] (verb.) 15th century. Middle English enuren, from en- + ure, n., use, custom, from Middle French uevre work, practice, from Latin opera work; more at OPERA.

    كلمة اليوم

    intercostal
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