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Definition of "inuring" [inuring]

  • Present participle of inure. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "inuring" in a sentence
  • "Lately he's begun to wonder whether his photographs -- and the surfeit of other video and still imagery we've seen in the past few months -- are simply inuring people to the reality of severe whether."
  • "Well, rather than inuring ourselves to the natural world we strip bare to it."
  • "Because, frankly, I think this is a horseshit rationalization, and a way of inuring the book against criticism."
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