endurable

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Religion would be better than endurable in the company of such an embodiment of it!

Will eternity ever be bliss, ever be endurable to poor King Hamlet?

And yet, were you to live at the price at which life is offered you, would your life be endurable?

It is a sorry part, that of suppliant, but so long as it is for another it is endurable.

If imprisonment could ever be endurable with resignation, mine ought to have been so.

May I ask how he managed to make himself so endurable to you?

What he could not remedy he resolved to make as endurable as possible.

Norfolk is just endurable in October, when game and 'longshore herrings are in.

We are wont to say, Margaret, that everything is endurable but a sense of guilt.

Old men can be very much in love, but they know it is no good—that makes them endurable.

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