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Another word for endurance

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Noun
  1. The quality or power of withstanding hardship or stress

    See also:

    continue

  2. Uninterrupted existence or succession

      1. A continuation or sequel:
      2. (Rare) Continuation; sequel
      3. The time during which an action, process, or state lasts; duration
      1. A part or thing added to make something reach further or last longer; extension, supplement, sequel, etc.
      2. A keeping up or going on without interruption; continued and unbroken existence or action
      3. An extension by which something is carried to a further point:
      1. The practice of creating and maintaining a smooth and continuous plan or record of the physical details of a film, TV program, etc.
      2. A continuous flow, series, or succession; unbroken, coherent whole
      3. Continuous duration
      1. (Mathematics) A set having the same number of points as all the real numbers in an interval.
      2. A continuous extent, succession, or whole, no part of which can be distinguished from neighboring parts except by arbitrary division.
      3. A continuous whole, quantity, or series; thing whose parts cannot be separated or separately discerned
      1. The number of years required to receive the present value of future payments, both of interest and principle, of a bond, often used as an indicator of a bond's price volatility resulting from changes in interest rates.
      2. Continuance or persistence in time.
      3. A period of existence or persistence:
      1. The state or quality of being persistent; persistency.
      2. Continuance of an effect after the cause is removed:
      3. The continuance of an effect after the removal of its cause
      1. (Uncountable) The state of being persistent
      2. (Countable) A measure of how much something persists
      3. Persistence.
    See also:

    continue

Another word for endurance

Noun
  1. An enduring state

      1. The act of persisting; stubborn or enduring continuance
      2. Continuance of an effect after the cause is removed:
      3. The continuance of an effect after the removal of its cause
      1. The number of years required to receive the present value of future payments, both of interest and principle, of a bond, often used as an indicator of a bond's price volatility resulting from changes in interest rates.
      2. Continuance or persistence in time.
      3. A period of existence or persistence:
      1. The act or process of continuing, or lasting
      2. A continuation or sequel:
      3. The time during which something exists or lasts; duration:
    See also:

    continuation

  2. The power of enduring

  3. The suffering of troubles