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    inured - Dictionary definition and meaning for word inured

    (adj) made tough by habitual exposure
    Synonyms : enured , hardened
    Example Sentence
    • hardened fishermen
    • a peasant, dark, lean-faced, wind-inured
    • our successors...may be graver, more inured and equable men
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for inured

someone INJURED again and again will become TOUGH

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I NU(knew) that RED iron would *harden* when it cools down and after that it would be *accustomed* to further exposures.

To become INURED you must have ENDURED.

Someone getting INjURED frequently will get HARDENED and ACCUSTOMED to pain.

mens are born INURED..

in(in) u(ur) red(red).i am used to seein u in red clothes i.e m accustomed..

Whn am In YOu (inured) its hard :P

for the definition: used to accepting something undesirable: "eating rotten food isn't bad - its all "in-ur-'ed". (Cockney English).

inured = "in" + "ur(your)" + "hard" u hav become hard/tough from inside by habitual exposure

in:inside ;ure: manure or urine; able to live inside manure,adapt to hardship

in + ur + bed >>> due to regular sex he is now has HARDENED the sill of Fucking...

if u become IMMUNE to sth u r INURED

you ENDURE getting INJURED

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