Indurate meaning

ĭndə-rāt, -dyə-
To make hard; harden.

Soil that had been indurated by extremes of climate.

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To inure, as to hardship or ridicule.
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To make callous or obdurate.
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To grow hard; harden.
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To become firmly fixed or established.
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Hardened; obstinate; unfeeling.
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To make hard; harden.
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To make callous, unfeeling, or stubborn.
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To cause to be firmly established.
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To become indurated.
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Hardened.
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Made callous, unfeeling, or stubborn.
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To harden or to grow hard.
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To make callous or unfeeling.
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To inure; to strengthen; to make hardy or robust.
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Hardened; not soft; indurated.

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Without sensibility; unfeeling; obdurate.
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Origin of indurate

  • Latin indūrāre indūrāt- in- intensive pref. in–2 dūrus hard deru- in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition