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  • verbbear hardship
  • verbcontinue; be durable

synonyms for endure

  • brave
  • encounter
  • experience
  • face
  • feel
  • go through
  • know
  • ride out
  • suffer
  • sustain
  • tolerate
  • undergo
  • weather
  • withstand
  • abide
  • accustom
  • allow
  • brook
  • countenance
  • eat
  • permit
  • stand
  • stick
  • stomach
  • support
  • swallow
  • take
  • be patient with
  • bear the brunt
  • cope with
  • grin and bear it
  • hang in
  • keep up
  • live out
  • live through
  • meet with
  • never say die
  • put up with
  • repress feelings
  • resign oneself
  • sit through
  • stick it out
  • subject to
  • submit to
  • take it
  • take patiently
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antonyms for endure

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  • disallow
  • halt
  • hide
  • refuse
  • reject
  • retreat
  • run away
  • stop
  • surrender
  • yield
  • deny
  • disapprove
  • hold
  • keep
  • maintain
  • oppose
  • resist
  • discontinue
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How to use endure in a sentence

An essential conservative insight about everything is that nothing necessarily endures.
WILL SENATE REPUBLICANS ALLOW THEIR LOUTS TO RULE THE PARTY?GEORGE WILLFEBRUARY 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The two endure a terrifying adventure where survival is never guaranteed.
‘LITTLE NIGHTMARES II’ MADE ME DREAD EVERY MOMENT. AND I LOVED IT.ELISE FAVISFEBRUARY 9, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Since socializing in winter now requires us to endure frigid temperatures, at least in many parts of the country, a layer that won’t stay put just won’t do.
THE MOST PRACTICAL OUTDOOR DINING OUTFIT IS A SNUGGIEJAYA SAXENAFEBRUARY 9, 2021EATER
More responsible leadership could have made an immense difference in the suffering and the death that America has endured.
“WE DID THE WORST JOB IN THE WORLD”: LAWRENCE WRIGHT ON AMERICA’S BOTCHED COVID-19 RESPONSESEAN ILLINGFEBRUARY 9, 2021VOX
The reader must endure a slow start as various plotlines are established, but the pace quickens at the halfway mark.
TWO HISTORICAL MYSTERY NOVELS PLUNGE READERS INTO THE PAST WHILE KEEPING THEM GUESSINGCLARE MCHUGHFEBRUARY 8, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The more we can take those words to heart, the more likely it is that the creation of the nation Rush celebrated in 1788 will endure—and, God and all of us willing, prosper.
WANT UNITY FOR REAL? THEN AMERICA NEEDS TO GET BACK TO FACTSSAMAR ALI, BILL HASLAM AND JON MEACHAMFEBRUARY 8, 2021TIME
With a truncated offseason, they endured an uneven start and later slumped in November.
TOM BRADY, THE ONE-MAN DYNASTY, WAS TAMPA BAY’S PERFECT MISSING PIECEJERRY BREWERFEBRUARY 8, 2021WASHINGTON POST
We’ve endured decades of celebrity endorsement deals on an unspoken agreement that endorsers are rarely organic users of the product.
CELEBRITIES HAVE ALWAYS DONE ENDORSEMENTS. NOW THEY SELL THEIR FAST FOOD ORDERS.JAMESON RICHFEBRUARY 5, 2021VOX
These inequities will endure, and prevent the potential of this great country, unless tackled head-on.
HOUSE TO VOTE ON REMOVING GOP’S MARJORIE TAYLOR GREENE FROM HER COMMITTEESFELICIA SONMEZ, JOHN WAGNER, COLBY ITKOWITZFEBRUARY 4, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Dallas has endured numerous coronavirus protocol-related absences, dealt with a tough, road-heavy schedule and seen its vaunted offense fall off a cliff.
HOW LUKA DONCIC’S MAVERICKS LOST THEIR JOYFUL SWAGGER AND HOW THEY CAN GET IT BACKBEN GOLLIVERFEBRUARY 3, 2021WASHINGTON POST
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WORDS RELATED TO ENDURE

  • abide
  • act
  • be alive
  • breathe
  • continue
  • do
  • endure
  • go on
  • have being
  • have place
  • hold
  • inhabit
  • last
  • live
  • move
  • obtain
  • persist
  • prevail
  • remain
  • rest
  • stand
  • stay
  • subsist
  • survive
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.