endure definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to continue through, despite hardships; go through: endure an Arctic cold temperatures.
    • To bear with threshold: "We seek the truth, and will endure the consequences” ( Charles Seymour). See Synonyms at bear1.
    • to keep firm underneath; to maintain; to endure; to guide without breaking or yielding
    • To bear with determination; to suffer without opposition or without sinking in pressure or disorder; to keep up under; to put on with; to tolerate.
    • To solidify; to toughen; to create hardy.
    • To carry on through, despite hardships; undergo: endure an Arctic winter season.
    • To bear with tolerance: "We seek the truth, and will endure the consequences” ( Charles Seymour). See Synonyms at bear1.
    • To carry on through, despite hardships; undergo: endure an Arctic cold weather.
    • To bear with tolerance: "We look for the facts, and can endure the results” ( Charles Seymour). See Synonyms at bear1.
    • to stay firm under; to sustain; to undergo; to support without breaking or yielding
    • To bear with determination; to experience without opposition or without sinking in stress or ailment; to keep up under; to put up with; to tolerate.
    • To harden; to toughen; in order to make robust.
    • to keep fast under; to sustain; to undergo; to aid without breaking or producing
    • To keep with perseverance; to experience without resistance or without sinking under the stress or ailment; to keep up under; to hold with; to tolerate.
    • To harden; to toughen; to create sturdy.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To continue available; last: buildings which have endured for centuries.
    • To suffer patiently without producing.
    • to carry on in the same state without perishing; to final; to keep.
    • to stay firm, as under trial or suffering; to endure patiently or without yielding; to keep up under adversity; to put up on.
    • to carry on around; last: buildings which have endured for years and years.
    • To endure patiently without producing.
    • to carry on in existence; last: buildings which have endured for years and years.
    • To suffer patiently without yielding.
    • to carry on in identical state without perishing; to final; to stay.
    • To remain fast, as under test or suffering; to experience patiently or without producing; to keep up under adversity; to hold on.
    • to carry on in the same condition without perishing; to last; to stay.
    • To remain firm, as under trial or suffering; to endure patiently or without producing; to keep up under adversity; to put up down.
  • verb:
    • to carry on or carry on, despite hurdles or hardships.
    • To tolerate or put up with some thing unpleasant.
    • To last.
    • To experience patiently.
    • To indurate.
    • face and resist with courage
    • last and get usable
    • continue steadily to survive difficulty or adversity
    • persist
    • endure anything or a person unpleasant
    • persist for a specified duration
    • go through or perhaps afflicted by
    • to keep or continue, despite obstacles or hardships.
    • To tolerate or tolerate anything unpleasant.
    • To last.
    • To continue or carry-on, despite obstacles or hardships.
    • To tolerate or endure some thing unpleasant.
    • To endure.
    • To endure patiently.
    • To indurate.
    • To endure patiently.
    • To indurate.
    • face and endure with courage
    • last and become functional
    • continue to live through hardship or adversity
    • continue to exist
    • endure some thing or somebody unpleasant
    • persist for a specified period of time
    • undergo or be afflicted by
    • face and resist with nerve
    • final and get functional
    • still live through difficulty or adversity
    • continue to exist
    • endure some thing or somebody unpleasant
    • persist for a specified time period
    • go through or be put through
  • others:
    • which will make difficult; harden; inure.
    • To protect; keep.
    • To endure or hold out against; maintain without impairment or yielding; assistance without breaking or offering means.
    • To keep with perseverance; bear up under without sinking or producing, or without murmuring or resistance; tolerate.
    • to endure; experience; maintain.
    • to keep or remain in; abide in.
    • Synonyms To brook, publish to, abide, tolerate, simply take patiently.
    • In order to become hard; harden.
    • to put up down; help adverse power or impact of any kind; experience without producing.
    • To continue; continue to be; abide.
    • to carry on to occur; carry on or stay static in the exact same condition without perishing; last; persist.
    • Synonyms To endure, continue to be, continue, abide, bear, experience, hold on.
    • In order to make hard; harden; inure.
    • To preserve; hold.
    • To endure or wait against; maintain without impairment or yielding; help without breaking or giving method.
    • To bear with persistence; keep up under without sinking or yielding, or without murmuring or opposition; tolerate.
    • To undergo; endure; maintain.
    • to keep or remain in; abide in.
    • Synonyms To brook, publish to, abide, tolerate, just take patiently.
    • to be difficult; harden.
    • to put up down; help adverse force or impact of any kind; experience without yielding.
    • to carry on; continue to be; abide.
    • to keep to exist; continue or stay in exactly the same condition without perishing; last; persist.
    • to create difficult; harden; inure.
    • Synonyms To endure, remain, carry on, abide, bear, endure, hold out.
    • To protect; hold.
    • To last or hold on against; sustain without disability or yielding; assistance without breaking or giving means.
    • To bear with persistence; bear up under without sinking or yielding, or without murmuring or resistance; endure.
    • To undergo; endure; sustain.
    • To continue or stay in; abide in.
    • Synonyms To brook, send to, abide, tolerate, take patiently.
    • to be difficult; harden.
    • to put up out; support adverse power or impact of any sort; endure without producing.
    • to keep; continue to be; abide.
    • to carry on to exist; carry on or stay static in equivalent condition without perishing; last; persist.
    • Synonyms To endure, remain, continue, abide, keep, experience, wait.

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