Steeds of the noblest breed, plump and strong, well-trained and endued with great might, draw the cars of that warrior!
She knew what the fever was; but she seemed to be endued with a courage which was more than human.
The boy's father, seeing the man of God to be endued with such holiness, humbly fell at his feet and besought him to heal his son.
It was endued with a personality feminine, insidious and persuasive.
Belief is plainly shewn in an angelic ministry, sent down to help God's suffering servants, and endued with miraculous powers.
The soul has a power of thought, with which mere matter can never be endued.
He had seen from the window, Charlie and his comrades coming, and this endued him with further strength, but all to no purpose.
That he was endued with the gift of speech, also with reason.
And they were endued with huge bodies and great prowess, like the demons called Kalakhanjas.
I endued her grubby disorder with a sinister and magnificent quality of intention.