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answer to endure punishment or hardship as a result of one's deeds (usu. fol. by "for"). [1/9 definitions]
bear1 to endure; put up with. [1/8 definitions]
bear up to face hardship without despairing; withstand difficulty or stress; be brave; endure.
bellyful (informal) as much as, or more than, one wants or can endure.
bite the bullet to endure the pain or difficulty of voluntarily forced effort, or the unpleasantness of a situation forced upon one.
bitter that which is bitter or hard to endure. [1/5 definitions]
brave to face or endure with courage. [1/6 definitions]
brazen to face or endure in a bold or defiant way (often fol. by "out" or "through"). [1/3 definitions]
exist to maintain one's being or survival; endure; survive. [1/3 definitions]
hardy able to endure hardship; rugged; courageous. [2 definitions]
have to endure, undergo, or allow. [1/15 definitions]
heavy difficult to endure. [1/10 definitions]
impatient unwilling to wait patiently or endure delay. [1/4 definitions]
intolerant unable or unwilling to endure (usu. fol. by of). [1/2 definitions]
Job in the Old Testament, a believer in God who did not lose his faith in spite of the trials and suffering he had to endure. [1/2 definitions]
last2 to persist or endure through time. [2/4 definitions]
live1 to experience or endure (a certain type of life or existence). [1/10 definitions]
patience the ability to steadfastly endure misfortune, pain, or hardship. [1/3 definitions]
persist to endure or continue steadfastly, stubbornly, or tenaciously. [1/3 definitions]
ride out to endure without much damage.
stamina1 the physical or moral capacity to endure long effort, hardship, or disappointment.