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Inure GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Inure GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

/ɪˈnjʊəɼ/ (verb)


familiarize someone with something, accustom, habituate, acclimatize, desensitize, temper, adjust, condition, harden, toughen, season, become used to, naturalize, adapt


Can Your Body Get inured to an Exercise?
The answer is a reverberating “Yes!” It comes down to doing a few simple things to prevent it from happening.

When you do a specific workout routine for the first time, you are all excited to try it, right?

Physically, the routine challenges your muscles, and because they as have not been exercised in this way, they must “work” harder. As a result, these muscles burn more calories now than they will later after they have become accustomed to this routine.

As you constantly work the same muscles over time, they become stronger and more efficient, so they end up burning fewer calories now than they did when you first started.




Parts of speech

Adjective: inured

Noun: inurement

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