Indue

In*due"

(?), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Indued (?); p. pr. & vb. n. Induing.]
[Written also endue.]
[L. induere to put on, clothe, fr. OL. indu (fr. in- in) + a root seen also in L. exuere to put off, divest, exuviae the skin of an animal, slough, induviae clothes. Cf. Endue to invest.]
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1. To put on, as clothes; to draw on.
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The baron had indued a pair of jack boots.
Sir W. Scott.
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2. To clothe; to invest; hence, to endow; to furnish; to supply with moral or mental qualities.
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Indu'd with robes of various hue she flies.
Dryden.
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Indued with intellectual sense and souls.
Shak.
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