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Synonyms for endure

Synonyms for endure

to carry on through despite hardships


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


Related Words

persist for a specified period of time

continue to exist

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There are two new engine applications using the company's high heat resistant Endure thermoplastics; the air intake manifold with integrated charge air cooler, and hot-side turbo duct.
Led by award-winning in-the-ear ergonomics, the Endure Wireless now provides the best ergonomic solution for a behind-the-neck form factor.
Love endures the media's obsession with titillating details.
Not only has she had to endure listening to the evidence from Pistorius, complete with the vomiting and crying, she has been confronted with horrific images of her daughter's demise.
The new Endure grade is said to receive its heat stabilisation from a proven stabilisation technology, which suppresses the oxidative attack by atmospheric oxygen.
The level of expectation is even higher for furniture manufacturers, who expect their products to endure tough conditions from assembly to delivery," he noted.
Ways To Live Forever will be released in select theaters throughout the US; a portion of box office is earmarked to benefit Endure to Cure Pediatric Cancer Foundation, as well as other cancer-related groups and organizations helping bring awareness to both the movie and its message.
3 : to put up with <He could not endure another minute of waiting.
The world's poor, as they have in every other major economic disruption in the past, would certainly endure the worst of the suffering that would result.
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.
Since its debut last year, the cosmetic-surgery show "Extreme Makeover" has drawn runaway ratings, its many viewers at once fascinated and appalled by the needles, incisions, and bandages the mostly female participants will endure in order to climb a few notches on the beauty totem pole.
Endure was developed as part of a breeding program to develop tall fescue cultivars with improved resistance to brown patch (caused by Rhizoctonia solani Kuhn).
Coherent preferences are not exploitable, if they endure.
It means she has to endure a 10-hour round trip to Manchester just to see her son.