When men turn heretic they seem to be indued with all the cunning of the devil!
He is represented as an immense Giant who had seven heads, and was indued with immense strength and abilities.
We now come to the noble Dog, indued by the Creator with qualities which especially fit him to be the companion of man.
We found the poet in his study,—indued, as some of his pictures represent him, in a long gown and a velvet cap.
And behold I send the promise of my Father upon you; but stay you in the city until you be indued with power from on high.
His muscular and rather handsome person, was indued in a dressing-gown of rich brocade, thrown on with a slovenly nonchalance.
Perhaps it should be inured, as 'indued' takes with, not unto.
Fourthly: The various appellations by which those who have indued the robe of righteousness are designated in Holy Writ.
Cato the sage Peere of Rome, indued with like seueritée, did fauour that lawe and highlie extolled it.
With a majesty of gesture which I shall never forget, he stretched his hand over me, and I was indued with the promised gifts.