Variant of indurate
- to make hard; harden
- to make callous, unfeeling, or stubborn
- to cause to be firmly established
Origin: from Classical Latin induratus, past participle of indurare, to make hard from in-, inch(es) plush durare, to harden from durus, hard: see durable
- Now Rare hardened
- made callous, unfeeling, or stubborn
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