Thesaurus / sit through
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It's companionable to touch your lips to, now and then, when you sit through those very long dinners.
AN AMBITIOUS WOMANEDGAR FAWCETT
One thing that bothers us is having to dress and sit through a formal dinner with the eagle eye of Mrs. Pace upon us.
Then—I knew him, you know—I don't think even he would have the courage to come here and sit through a performance.
THE BREAKING POINTMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
For a grown-up it would be an appalling play to sit through, and still more appalling play to have to write.
IF I MAYA. A. MILNE
And here I have condemned myself—and her too, poor thing—to sit through at least three hours of mortal dulness!'
Then come matins, which one has to sit through, of course: the only good matter being the chants.
JOYCE MORRELL'S HARVESTEMILY SARAH HOLT
And was it ever true that I did sit through a long Sunday her hand in mine?
SIX PLAYSFLORENCE HENRIETTA DARWIN
Unless we can sit through the service with patience, we should not attend it.
LESSONS ON MANNERSEDITH E. WIGGIN
But before we left him he insisted that we should sit through his favourite "Frou-Frou."
He had taken this precaution, feeling that he could not sit through dinner opposite her and then go out to that dance—and Nell!
THE DARK FLOWERJOHN GALSWORTHY

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