long-suffering definition

  • adjective:
    • Patiently suffering wrongs or troubles.
    • Having endured psychological or actual vexation for a protracted time frame patiently or without grievance.
    • patiently bearing frequent wrongs or trouble
  • noun:
    • Patient stamina. See Synonyms at patience.
    • Bearing accidents or provocation for quite some time; diligent endurance of discomfort or unhappiness; patient; not quickly provoked.
    • disposed to keep trouble or damage patiently; lengthy patience of offense.
    • extended endurance of damage or provocation; perseverance under offense.
    • diligent stamina of pain or unhappiness
  • others:
    • Bearing injuries or provocation with persistence; maybe not quickly relocated to retaliation.

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