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Synonyms for bear

hold

bring yourself to

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give birth to

conduct

turn

bear down on someone

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bear down on something or someone

bear on something

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bear with someone

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Synonyms for bear

to hold up

to sustain the weight of

to hold on one's person

to move while supporting

to cause to come along with oneself

to hold and turn over in the mind

to be endowed with as a visible characteristic or form

to conduct oneself in a specified way

to give birth to

to bring forth (a product)

to exert pressure

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to proceed in a specified direction

bear on: to be pertinent

bear up: to withstand stress or difficulty

Synonyms for bear

an investor with a pessimistic market outlook

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have

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move while holding up or supporting

bring forth, "The apple tree bore delicious apples this year"

take on as one's own the expenses or debts of another person

have on one's person

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have rightfully

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support or hold in a certain manner

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He was professor of architecture at Venice University for many years, but none of the overseas posts lasted very long (he couldn't bear to be parted from his Milan practice for any great length of time).
He called the manuscript "That Man" as a rejoinder to Roosevelt's critics, who so hated FDR they couldn't bear to say his name.
But," says Georgia, "the floor in the gallery couldn't bear the weight.
In Greek mythology, the lad Narcissus wasted away because he couldn't bear to stop staring at his reflection in a pool of water.
After Zoritch received eighteen curtain calls and critical raves for the ballet, Nijinska was so furious she couldn't bear to have him in the rehearsal studio if she were present.
I couldn't bear to see such a beautiful and potentially vibrant building destroyed, and in the process, an entire block of residences jeopardized.
The mainstream press--always eager to slam someone they perceive as "over"--painted Debbie as a belligerent has-been who couldn't bear to be upstaged, even by her own material.
I grew up in a middle-lass home and just couldn't bear to go through all that myself.
The last time we moved, about five years ago, we discovered that a handful of companies and PR firms apparently loved our original location so much they couldn't bear to update their mailing lists.
I've brought her along to some of the auditions because I couldn't bear to be away from her for too long.
IT LOOKS like poor Jamie Murray couldn't bear to watch his mum make her debut on Strictly Come Dancing.
According to religious preacher Shaikh Ghazi Bin Abdul Aziz al Shammari, the shocked and traumatized groom, who had come to him the very next day, couldn't bear the humiliation, the Mirror reported.
Ditching all signs of the usual hefty-tagged gladrags for more practical gym kit for their daily (separate) calorie-burning workouts, Mrs R and Mrs G still couldn't bear to be entirely designer-free zones.
For a while I couldn't bear to be around them, you know they annoyed me.
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