- In order to make tough; harden: earth that had been indurated by extremes of climate.
- To inure, on hardship or ridicule.
- Which Will Make callous or obdurate: "It is the curse of innovative calamities to indurate one's heart” ( Helen Maria Williams).
- To make difficult
- to produce unfeeling; to deprive of sensibility; to make obdurate.
- to cultivate hard; harden.
- To become solidly fixed or established.
- to develop hard; to harden, or become hard.
- Hardened; obstinate; unfeeling.
- Indurated, obstinate, unfeeling, callous.
- Hardened; maybe not soft; indurated.
- Without sensibility; unfeeling; obdurate.
- emotionally hardened
- to solidify or to grow hard
- in order to make callous or unfeeling
- to inure; to strengthen; which will make robust or powerful.
- cause to accept or be hardened to; habituate
- become hard or harder
- become fixed or established
- make difficult or harder
- to cultivate hard; harden; become hard: as, clay indurates by drying and by severe temperature.
- to be fixed or habitual; pass into usage; inure.
- to produce hard: because, extreme heat indurates clay.
- to produce difficult in experiencing; deprive of sensibility; render obdurate.
- Hardened; unfeeling; indurated.
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