An example of inure is when the excessive rain in Seattle makes people accustomed to rain.
transitive verb-·ured′, -·ur′ing
Origin of inureMiddle English (in past participle enured) from in ure, in practice from in, in + ure, practice, work from Old French eure, ovre from Classical Latin opera, work: see opera
transitive verbin·ured, in·ur·ing, in·ures, also en·ured or en·ur·ing or en·ures
Origin of inureMiddle English back-formation from enured customary from in ure in in ; see in 1. ure use ( from Old French euvre, uevre work ) ( from Latin opera activity associated with work ; see op- in Indo-European roots.)
(third-person singular simple present inures, present participle inuring, simple past and past participle inured)
inure - Legal Definition
- To be given or to be attributable to.
- To become used to.