bear[ bair ]SEE DEFINITION OF bear
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEAR
They'll bear the stocks all they can while they're buying up.
I can bear witness to the value of her services in South Carolina and Florida.
Now I have done what will only make more misery, for I cannot bear it.
But bear witness, parliamentary records, how stood the fact!
Cannot our griefs come first, while we have strength to bear them?
I cannot bear the reflections that naturally arise from this consideration.
All of us together, in and out of government, must bear the burden.
Having never tasted it, I can bear no testimony to its quality.
Then turning to me—You can bear the imputation of sullenness I see!
It was simply as to the amount of relaxation the country could bear in the duties.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BEAR
- attach to
- be a component
- be a constituent
- be a part
- be akin
- be an adjunct of
- be connected with
- be fitting
- be linked with
- be related
- be relevant
- bear upon
- go with
- have relationship to
- have respect to
- have to do with