endure endure  /ɛn ˈdjʊr/


  1. (v) continue to live through hardship or adversity
  2. (v) face and withstand with courage
  3. (v) put up with something or somebody unpleasant
  4. (v) last and be usable
  5. (v) undergo or be subjected to
  6. (v) persist for a specified period of time
  7. (v) continue to exist


  1. American music, like America itself, seems too democratic for any title to endure.
  2. Tzipi's strength to endure, indeed to excel, in what were difficult, often heartbreaking, conditions was a testament to her character.
  3. Leroy Hubley, 72, married for 48 years and a father of three, has lived through tragedy no one should endure once, and he did so twice in the span of a month.


  1. Learning Chiefs take their lumps from B-NBA Gold

    OTTAWA — The Ottawa Savings Bank Chiefs continued to endure the pain of their learning curve on the diamond Tuesday night. Meanwhile, the Bloomington-Normal Baseball Association 18U Gold team went out and "did their business." The B-NBA Gold
    on June 19, 2013     Source: The Ottawa Times

  2. Will Kevin Garnett Spurn Rebuilding Boston Celtics, Retire Before Next Season?

    Kevin Garnett tried to flee the Boston Celtics to no avail, so he now has a decision to make. Does he endure the next year or two of an extensive rebuild or walk away from the NBA entirely? Once Baxter Holmes of The Boston Globe reported that trades talks between the Celtics and Los Angeles Clippers were dead, Garnett was instantly (and finally) thrust head-first into the transactional mayhem ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report

  3. Scientists Endure Hours of Sean Connery Impressions to Better Humanity

    With the noble goal of elevating the subtleties of speech , a group of scientists at the Royal Holloway College at the University in London endured an awful task. They studied "non-professional impersonators" doing their best impressions. The scientists looked at fMRI scans as these "non-professional impersonators" imitated other people's voices and foreign accents, in hopes to learn more about ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Gawker

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  1. "They endure the daily humiliations -- large and small -- that come with occupation," said Obama, using a term he did not use after meeting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu last month. "So let there be no doubt: The situation for the...
    on Jun 5, 2009 By: Barack Obama Source: HeraldNet

  2. In a short and unusually personal speech to children who have lost parents or siblings, William said he understood "that losing a close family member is one of the hardest experiences that anyone can endure". "Never being able to say the word...
    on Mar 12, 2009 By: Prince William Source: guardian.co.uk

  3. "I've given it my absolute all," Rudd told reporters in Canberra today, as he fought back tears. "These reforms will endure into the future and make Australia, I believe, a fairer and better place than it would otherwise have been."
    on Jun 23, 2010 By: Kevin Rudd Source: BusinessWeek

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