Inure is defined as to make someone accustomed to a bad situation.(verb)
An example of inure is when the excessive rain in Seattle makes people accustomed to rain.
See inure in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME (in pp. enured) < in ure, in practice < in, in + ure, practice, work < OFr eure, ovre < L opera, work: see opera
See inure in American Heritage Dictionary 4
also en·uretransitive verb in·ured also en·ured, in·ur·ing also en·ur·ing, in·ures also en·ures
Origin: Middle English
Origin: , back-formation from enured, customary
Origin: , from in ure
Origin: : in, in; see in1
Origin: + ure, use (from Old French euvre, uevre, work, from Latin opera, activity associated with work; see op- in Indo-European roots).
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