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indue, endue:
1. to furnish, supply, endow Gent. V. iv. 153, John IV. ii. 43, H5 II. ii. 139, Cor. II. iii. 147; Ham. IV. vii. 180 β€œi-'d Unto that element,” endowed with qualities fitting her for living in water.
2. to bring β€œto” a certain condition Oth. III. iv. 145.
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