endure[ en-door, -dyoor ]SEE DEFINITION OF endure
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENDURE
Then he set to work and made himself a grave which was to endure for all time.
Indeed, my dear, as you say of Solmes, I cannot endure them!
But will it be just, will it be honest, to marry a man I cannot endure?
It is the strongest assurance that the recovery will endure.
But we have no promise from God that our greatness will endure.
These were not the men to endure privations and fight their country's battles.
I quite forgot the sad trouble that poor Wisi had to endure with him also.
In this world we shall have to endure some evils as long as we live.
He wants to marry her; her mother promotes the match, but she cannot endure the idea of it.
It is perhaps as high a form of valour to endure as to dare.