enure, inure (v.) Old form(s): enur'd, inur'd, invre
accustom, habituate, adapt
LC.251[of a nun] Not to be tempted would she be enured, / And now to tempt all liberty procured
Luc.321[] This glove to wanton tricks / Is not inure'd
TN II.v.143[Malvolio reading the letter] to inure thyself to what thou art like to be, cast thy humble slough and appear fresh
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