To hold up
To sustain the weight of
To hold on one's person
To move while supporting
To cause to come along with oneself
To hold and turn over in the mind
To be endowed with as a visible characteristic or form
To conduct oneself in a specified way
To put up with
To give birth to
To bring forth (a product)
To exert pressure
To proceed in a specified direction
To be pertinent
To assure the certainty or validity of
To establish as true or genuine
To withstand stress or difficulty
An irritable person
To support weight
To bring forth
To possess as a mark or characteristic
To move in a given direction
be a bear for punishment
bring to bear (on or upon)
I could not bear to see her punished.
It wasn't the first time she had seen a bear track, but it was the first time she had seen one that fresh.
Finally Katie could bear the silence no longer.
Bear with me a little longer.
Finally she could bear the suspense no longer.