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in·du·rat·ed

(in'dū-rāt'ĕd),
Hardened, usually used with reference to soft tissues becoming extremely firm but not as hard as bone.
[L. in-duro, pp. -duratus, to harden, fr. durus, hard]

in·du·rat·ed

(in'dūr-ā-tĕd)
Hardened, generally used with reference to soft tissues becoming extremely firm but not as hard as bone.
[L. in-duro, pp. -duratus, to harden, fr. durus, hard]

indurated

toughened and hardened.
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