Antonyms for enjoys

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He enjoys not a little--it has been often said--of the position of posterity.

New-Haven enjoys an elephant that has corns, and is about to be operated on by a chiropodist.

Can they prolong their own possession, or lengthen his days who enjoys them?

The perpetrator is educated, wise, enjoys the respect of his fellows.

As a man he enjoys the respect and confidence of his fellow citizens.

He enjoys the smell of powder in a battle where he is always safe.

There is no man so much at the mercy of his own vanity as he who enjoys a limited notoriety.

And to some extent, every one, a poet be he or a cobbler, enjoys such a license.

He also enjoys lions and tigers, but not crocodiles or snakes.

He enjoys the privileges of a papal offspring, and there is no sanctuary he will respect.