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“Then we must try and make London endurable for you,” he remarked cheerfully.

Anna the AdventuressE. Phillips Oppenheim

But these men seemed to the Libyans neither moderate nor endurable.

As to France, we sought to bring about an endurable state of affairs.

The Kaiser's MemoirsWilliam II, German Emperor

But such creatures of habit are we that, after a little, we manage by proper care to make even that endurable.

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

The awe of such a moment is terrifying, and the soothing strains of music alone make it endurable.

Well, if such excellent fish and meat were not to be procured there, it would hardly be endurable.

Louise de la ValliereAlexandre Dumas, Pere

The only hope of Austria for endurable terms now lay in (p. 390) Prussian coperation.

The Life of Napoleon BonaparteWilliam Milligan Sloane

Had these bandages become dry, they would not have been endurable.

But he has a kind of horse sense (if the female train would but let him be) that makes him endurable and even palatable at times.

The LadiesE. Barrington

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