Inure to :
: phrasal verb - to get used to (something unpleasant) by long experience
1. Doctors and nurses become inured to the sight of people in pain.
2. The children inured to violence will in the future become hard-core terrorists.
3. We need more policies that inure to the benefit of all the employees.
4. Do the violence-scenes in television inure the children to the violence all around them?
5. The rigorous training program offered in the military has inured him to the hard-life-situations in this part of the country.
6. The new tehonlogies will soon inure the public to the new type of safety measures.
7. The school whose policies inure the children to hardships in life will attract more students in the future.
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