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Adjective: indurate  'in-d(y)u,reyt
  1. Emotionally hardened
    "cold-blooded and indurate to public opinion";
    - callous, pachydermatous
Verb: indurate  'in-d(y)u,reyt
  1. Become fixed or established
    "indurated customs"
  2. Make hard or harder
    - harden
  3. Become hard or harder
    - harden
  4. Cause to accept or become hardened to; habituate
    - inure, harden, enure

Derived forms: indurating, indurated, indurates

See also: insensitive

Type of: accustom, change, habituate

Antonym: soften

Encyclopedia: Indurate