suffer[ suhf-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF suffer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUFFER
But here, run away with my pen, I suffer my mother to be angry with me on her own account.
In a land of healing miracles, neighbors must not suffer and die unattended.
If we permit our economy to drift and decline, the vulnerable will suffer most.
And yet if I suffer it can only be with what I may call a curative suffering.
He must suffer more, must lose more, must pay more with happiness for his folly.
Perhaps, some other he might have let suffer in his stead—not her!
While Shakespeare was in London he allowed his wife to suffer the extremes of poverty.
Children are often obliged to suffer for the sins of their parents.
She must not be sacrificed to policy or ambition, and she must not be left to suffer from the dread of it.
For one little hour of passion, or of pride, we sometimes are obliged to suffer all our lives.