What is another word for inure?

Pronunciation: [ɪnjˈʊ͡ə] (IPA)

Inure means to accustom or adapt oneself to something unpleasant or bad. Synonyms for the word "inure" include habituate, toughen, fortify, condition, acclimate, acclimatize, inspire, and brace. These words refer to the process of becoming accustomed to something, whether it's a harsh environment, demanding work, or emotional strain. The aim of each synonym is to overcome challenges and build resilience over time, transforming oneself into someone who can handle difficult situations with confidence and strength. Inure also implies a degree of willingness to face adversity and learn from it, growing stronger and more capable as a result.

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What are the hypernyms for Inure?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the hyponyms for Inure?

Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.

What are the opposite words for inure?

Inure is defined as becoming accustomed to something unpleasant or negative. Some antonyms for inure include acclimate, accustom, familiarize, adapt, and habituate. These words suggest becoming accustomed to something positive or neutral. To acclimate is to adjust to a new environment or situation. When we familiarize ourselves with a topic, we begin to understand and know it well. To adapt means to adjust one's behavior or attitudes to fit a situation. Finally, to habituate is to become accustomed to a particular behavior or activity. These antonyms for inure can help distinguish between becoming accustomed to positive versus negative experiences.

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Usage examples for Inure

Anyway, there is said to be but one Gothic church in Rome, and this I did not visit, perhaps because I felt that I must inure myself to the prevalent baroque, or perhaps from mere perversity.
"Roman Holidays and Others"
W. D. Howells
Early in the morning, too, he walked round the town seven or eight times, and at nights he would stay in the garden from ten till eleven o'clock, alone with his gun, to inure himself to night chills; while, so long as the menagerie remained in Tarascon, a strange figure might have been seen in the dark, prowling around the tent, listening to the growling of the lion.
"The World's Greatest Books, Vol III"
Arthur Mee and J.A. Hammerton, Eds.
But now if we walked, we would, so to say, let ourselves down lightly, inure ourselves by gradual approach to the thought of life once more with our fellows.
"October Vagabonds"
Richard Le Gallienne

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