Pericles has borne all his misfortunes with the dignity of an immortal.
You've had contrary winds so far, but you've borne up against them.
This quickness upon me, interrupted my mother, is not to be borne!
Can you think such usage, and to such a young lady, is to be borne?
The distant sound of a church-clock is borne faintly on the wind.
I have borne it for my mother's sake--in spite of her dislike of me--and for your sake, because I loved you.
Yes, I know how you feel: but you haven't been here to see what we have borne from them.
Let us see how far these inferences from plain facts are borne out from his works.
Let us first see how far the story told in the sonnets is borne out by the plays.
Since He has borne the punishment for me, I, believing on Him, need no longer be punished.