verb[with object] (usually as adjective indurated)
- Harden: a bed of indurated clayMore example sentences
- Sandstone is indurated sand, composed of silicilastic grains bound together by chemically precipitated cement or a recrystallized matrix of fine sediment.
- Moxa can be used on areas with poor muscle and skin tone (may be found within the same muscle that has indurated triggers) and to vitalize deficient channels.
- Crab fossils were found within the lowest portion of the exposed Bahariya Formation in a blue-gray indurated shale.
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- This substantiates its folk use for indurations and/or tumors of the abdomen, eyes and liver.
- Severe local reactions (defined as edema or induration >120 mm) occurred after 1% of vaccinations.
- Squamous cell carcinoma lesions vary in appearance and usually appear as dull, red lesions with scaling and induration.
mid 16th century (earlier Middle English) as induration: from Latin indurat- 'made hard', from the verb indurare (based on durus 'hard').
More definitions of indurateDefinition of indurate in:
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