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He met that searching gaze as inscrutably as he had learned to endure the scrutiny of his opponent at the poker table.
Would she ever know why he had not returned,—and knowing, would her love for him endure?
If it were possible by any amount of physical pain to still and silence the agony of conscience, who would not endure it?
It was quite clear that he could not endure the thought of being "swung" for his diabolical deed.
The king used to say of me: “Madame cannot endure misalliances; she is always mocking at them.”
Big Otter, unable to endure the restraints of civilisation, had gone on a hunting expedition for a few days, by way of relief!
He will not endure, with his visit to Corinth close at hand, that there should be any misapprehension as to their relations.
Ask my old brother-officer here if he could endure such a thirty years' war; or rather let me turn here for an opinion.
This address and the answer to it were too much for Helen to endure with any appearance of composure.
I could not endure it if I were compelled to lower my eyes before the noble image which my memory holds.
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