As the trial surrounding the death of Belle's best friend Gemma continues, Gemma's grieving father Dom can't bear
to hear more evidence about the night his daughter died and he rushes out of the courtroom.
Try telling that to someone who is imprisoned in their own body and is screaming for help, or someone who just waits for death as they can't bear
the excruciating pain and have no quality of life whatsoever.
4 : to put up with <I can't bear
It's a shame these hooligans can't bear
to see something that brightens our dull town.
Usually I love to see determined, driven young women doing well but I just can't bear
watching her play.
I just can't bear
to throw these copies away; there is just too much valuable information in them.
She wonders where I am, and I can't bear
it." So Damian, like Sebastian, leaves Jade to care for a small creature he loves.
And maybe God is blessing other adversaries of yours and mine that we can't bear
If you can't bear
to look at them, you can now live in them; in bolt-on apartments that provide excellent views that are blind to the tower's external form.
Instead, I learned that the many joints of my spine and rib structure (I can't bear
to use the word "ribcage" anymore!) could make constant fine adjustments if I didn't try so hard.
However intense our desire to find the exemplary, one particular individual can't bear
the burden of embodying a global standard, be it kindness or evil.
This is best for investors like Swinton who can't bear
to lose any of their out-of-pocket investment.
Is it another case of infighting where those who are supposed to do the best for the city can't bear
to support someone else's idea
Ahead of a concert at the Metropolitan Opera in the Big Apple, Bryn told The New York Times how he can't bear
to leave his beloved shirt at home which he bought 15 years ago.
Masses of struggling humanity may leave you awestruck but unmoved, while the image of one man clutching the beloved dog he can't bear
to leave behind will reduce you to sobs.