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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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The survey results, while not a scientific sampling of all Catholics in the United States, show how some Catholics today understand suffering, how they try to relieve it, and, when necessary, how to endure it in light of their faith.
Boasting the longest battery life on the market, the Endure Wireless promises up to 17 hours of continual use, twice as long as other Bluetooth solutions.
Love endures so much crap--but love does not endure passively.
And throughout the gruelling evidence, the sobbing, the media scrums at court, one woman has been forced to endure it all - the mother of the victim.
He will endure longer than his home planet; he will spread out to the stars and beyond, carrying with him his honesty, his insatiable curiosity, his unlimited courage, and his noble essential decency.
Mandela had more reasons to give up than he had to endure.
The new Ultramid Endure D5G3 BM has a glass fibre content of 15 percent and reportedly shows a high heat aging resistance, is easy to process and has outstanding acoustic properties.
Jotun Powder Coatings has announced the global launch of 'Guard Endure,' a new range of powder coatings offering superior resistance to scratches, rubbing and marring.
com)-- World Wide Motion Pictures Corporation (World Wide) is joining with Endure to Cure (Endure) to battle childhood cancers through the award-winning film, Ways To Live Forever (www.
What a courageous girl to endure an amazing nine heart operations, two comas, MRSA, meningitis, even dying for 20 minutes before being brought back to life.
Compiled and edited by Jackson Hunsicker--who in 2000 at the age of 58 was undergoing treatment for breast cancer and met a woman who refused chemotherapy because she didn't want to look like a "bandanna lady--who died of her breast cancer rather than endure the "social stigma" of baldness--felt the urgent need to challenge our perception of what cancer looks like and to celebrate the courageous images and courage of the women comprising Turning Heads.
As we endure what for most of us is a forlorn exercise in fiscal cartography this month, there is another budget we should also prepare to make a good account of--our nation's.
Approximately 30-35% of all ESRD patients are infected with HCV, and as a result of their condition, are unable to endure the toxicity of HCV drug treatment.
As in the past, the Word of God will endure because He has said so and He is faithful.
I just want the students at Seton Hall to be able to endure together what I've endured alone.