- v become fixed or established
- v make hard or harder
- v become hard or harder
- v cause to accept or become hardened to; habituate
- s emotionally hardened
cold-blooded and indurate to public opinion
- For Hugo Stinnes, crafty, potent, indurate,a short while "All-Highest" of Germanywas planned a mausoleum to rival Les Invalides.
- Sometimes human beings do things that are too much for even the most indurate newsgatherers of the daily press to contemplate without shuddering.
- When indurate Premier Poincare came into office, international conferences went out of fashion.