Definition of Enuring

1. enure [v] - See also: enure



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enuring

enunciates
enunciating
enunciation
enunciations
enunciator
enunciators
enunciatory
enure
enured
enures
enureses
enuresis
enuresises
enuretic
enuretics
enuring (current term)
env
env gene
env glycoprotein
envault
envaulted
envaults
enveigle
enveigled
enveigles
enveigling

Literary usage of Enuring

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1. Institutes of Common and Statute Law by John Barbee Minor (1877)
"Release enuring by way of Passing a Right. Releases are said to enure by way of passing a right (de mitter le droit), where nothing but the bare rigid ..."

2. The Law of Contracts by William Herbert Page (1920)
"Consideration not enuring to benefit of infant. If the consideration for the contract of the infant was money paid not to him but to some other person,1 as ..."

3. Law of Real Property: Being a Complete Compendium of Real Estate Law by Emerson Etheridge Ballard, Tilghman Ethan Ballard, Arthur Walker Blakemore (1909)
"Purchase by co-tenant of outstanding interest enuring for benefit of all. A tax title acquired by one joint tenant inures to the benefit of all, Moragne v. ..."

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