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Correct spelling for INDURED
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Possible correct spellings for indured
Joshua's frame, inured to fatigues of every kind, resisted the tortures of this hurried march; but his weaker companion, who had grown grey in a scribe's duties, often gave way and at last lay prostrate beside him.
Surely such a power could not but endure.
Yet all, indeed, has not been told.
He had a wife and two or three little children, and for all he was so smart, they would have been about the same as beggars, if i hadn't happened to have his life insured the day i was having the papers made out for the ship.
He never injured you.
At present we put as much energy into our pleasure as into our work, for it is inbred in us that laziness is a sin.
I have thought about you every hour-but i feared to intrude.
It went with him in his berth when he sailed for europe, after his retirement, and enveloped his coffin when he was interred at west point.
On her sixteenth birthday he had presented flamby with a complete water-colour outfit, together with a number of text books; and many a golden morning had they spent together in solving the problem of why, although all shadows look black, some are really purple and others blue, together with kindred mysteries of the painter's craft.
She even induced a village boy to submit to her fortune-telling, and half-turned his head by telling him of a treasure to be found, and a wife in an upper class who would raise him once for all to a position of luxury.