endue

[ en-doo, -dyoo ]SEE DEFINITION OF endue

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENDUE

And with Love we cannot endue him, for that is desire in its supreme degree.

Nothing was wanting to endue that drive with every illusion of a dream.

Only a people like the French can endue fashion with absolutism.

But did not you yourself come all the way from France to endue him with the duchy of Touraine?

But can you give little Gerda nothing to take which will endue her with power over the whole?

Surely God did not endue us with the power of hoping that we might fling it all away on trivial, transient things.

With the first puff dawns a serenity with which neither faith nor philosophy had been able to endue the journey hitherto.

Lutaif lamented bitterly that we had no European clothes with which to endue ourselves, and properly impress the Kaid.

O may God give me learning, even language; and endue me with qualifications to magnify His name while I live.

The copies, both quarto and folio, read, Endue our other healthful members even to a sense of pain.

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