Achene obtusely triangular, partly 3-celled, enclosed in the indurated calyx.
If they do not, no pabulum ever after, will their indurated tissues assimilate.
A lump of indurated plum-duff, like a geological specimen, was on the table.
The prejudices of the average art student are many and indurated.
These sandstones, bituminous schists, and indurated clays, contain mercury both in the state of sulphuret and in the native form.
Dumouriez had gone as far as she wanted; he knew that some sensitive fiber remained in that indurated heart.
It is a tertiary formation of indurated sands, clays, and marl, cut up into ravines and cañons by streams and climatic action.
The alkali dissolves the indurated cuticle and the corn comes away, leaving a little cavity which, however, soon fills up.
I then besmeared my hand with oil, and carried it into the abdomen, in order to feel for the indurated part.
Sometimes superficial ulcers occur upon the dorsum of the tongue, irritable, indolent, and indurated.
indurated in·du·rat·ed (ĭn'də-rā'tĭd, -dyə-)
Hardened, as a soft tissue that becomes extremely firm.