[ UK /ɛndjˈuː/ ]
  1. give qualities or abilities to
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  • As we descended the Common toward Glendue Burn the Pennine Way actually shared its route with a sike, which seemed to be carrying the excess water from the moor in the direction of Glendue Burn, the same way that we were traveling.
  • He doth this radically, by begetting, creating, ingenerating them in the hearts of believers, in the first infusion of the new, spiritual, vital principle with which they are endued when they are born of him; as also by acting, exciting, and stirring them up in every duty of the worship of God that they are called unto; so enabling them to act according to the mind of God. The Sermons of John Owen
  • ‘It is most evident that some men are endued with such a happiness of wit and parts, as enables them not only to provide for themselves and their own affairs, but to direct and govern others.
  • DanMichael was given the privilege to guide me through tendues, fondues and ronds de jambes. Patrizia Chen: In His Shoes
  • He prayed to God night and day to endue him with the spirit of holiness.
  • The imaginary quickening, marks the period when our ancestors believed the foetus to become endued with life and soul.
  • Many of the white people in those provinces take little or no care of negro marriages; and when negroes marry after their own way, some make so little account of those marriages that with views of outward interest they often part men from their wives by selling them far asunder, which is common when estates are sold by executors at vendue. IV. 1757, 1758
  • He had, this independent witness goes on to note, 'une generosite naturelle qui ne comptait jamais; il ressemblait a une corne d'abondance qui se vide sans cesse dans les mains tendues; _la moitie_, _sinon plus_, _de l'argent gagne par lui a ete donnee_.' Views and Reviews Essays in appreciation
  • George William Fairfax was gone, gone permanently; the contents of Belvoir were for sale; Washington had to assume some of the direction of this sad vendue. Washington
  • Having, in fact, slain more than two Akshauhinis of brave and unreturning warriors, that hero endued with intelligence, at last, attained to the highest state. The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 2 Books 4, 5, 6 and 7
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