indue, endue (v.)
endow, furnish, provide
Cor II.iii.139[Menenius to Coriolanus] the Tribunes / Endue you with the people's voice
KJ IV.ii.43[King John to Pembroke and Salisbury, of reasons for his second coronation] more, more strong, when lesser is my fear, / I shall indue you with
LLL V.ii.639[Boyet to all, of Armado as Hector] he is best indued in the small
TN I.v.92[Feste to Olivia] Now Mercury endue thee with leasing
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