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endue

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of endue

  1. 1 to cause (as a person) to become filled or saturated with a certain quality or principle <professional soldiers endued with an ironclad sense of duty and honor> Synonyms infuse (or indue), imbue, inculcate, ingrain (also engrain), inoculate, invest, steep, suffuseRelated Words animate, charge, enliven, invigorate, leaven; implant, instill, plant; impregnate, permeate, pervade, saturate; deluge, drown, fill, flood, inundate, overwhelm, submergeNear Antonyms deprive, divest, strip; clear, empty; eliminate, remove, take away

  2. 2 to furnish freely or naturally with some power, quality, or attribute <she's always been endued with an unquenchable optimism> Synonyms bless, endow (or indue), favor, gift, investRelated Words equip, provide, supply; bestow (on or upon), clothe, confer (on), cover; accord, award, grant; empower, enable, enhance, enrich, heighten; bequeath, willNear Antonyms dispossess, divest, strip; deplete, drain, exhaust; skimp, stint



Variants of endue

or

indue


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