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Synonyms for endure

Synonyms for endure

to carry on through despite hardships

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to be in existence or in a certain state for an indefinitely long time

to withstand stress or difficulty

Synonyms for endure

face and withstand with courage

undergo or be subjected to

last and be usable

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persist for a specified period of time

continue to exist

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But by age 26, the Chinese had forced the Dalai Lama to flee Tibet, to live in exile in India as his countrymen endured torture and genocide.
The 5,000-acre development, located 90 miles north of San Francisco straddling scenic Highway 1, is a 1960s experiment in environmentally sensitive living that has endured, despite massive changes in approaches to home building.
Tootsie Roll's main product - a concoction of sugar, milk, corn syrup and cocoa - has endured during a general slump in the candy bar industry, as have its other treats, including Mason Dots, Charleston Chews, Sugar Daddys and Charms Blow-Pops.
PHOTO Greg Norman endured the greatest collapse in Master's history Sunday.
Joshua has already endured nine months of the strongest treatment available.
In some cases, that single party has endured, been replaced by a multiple-party system, or been replaced by another single party or dictator.
Mandela endured great personal sacrifice because he believed that his country could become a greater nation, and that his fellow South Africans could rise against apartheid.
She has endured more in her nine years than most people endure in their whole life I sincerely hope that she continues to defy doctors in the future.
You remember that crowd, the same folks who have already endured a decade of social reassignment as the "deserving poor" under Ronald Reagan and the era of "personal responsibility" and welfare reform under Bush the First and Bill the Clinton, the same folks who have been forced to shoulder the rhetorical blame for the nation's many fiscal misadventures from the end of the War on Poverty to the beginning of the wars on terror.
I just want the students at Seton Hall to be able to endure together what I've endured alone.
Those to be had were mainly on the steamboats, where African American men endured long separations from their families.
It took Donna Blasor-Bernhardt's latest book to remind me of the hardships these men and women endured who made the PIONEER ROAD possible.
In the pursuit of beauty, American women have variously plumped breasts with toilet-plunger-like suction devices (1890s), strapped themselves into fat-roller machines to press away the pounds (1910s), endured "electrode" shock treatment to zap away wrinkles (1920s), worn wire headsets to pull back cheek waddles (1960s), popped "youth" pills, and slathered on anti-cellulite lotions for generations.
And all the many years of his life were rich with purpose and worth - including the final 10, when he graciously and courageously endured his affliction.
Some exceeded twice the maximum acceleration endured by a fighter pilot flying tricky maneuvers.