Endure synonyms and antonyms

ĕn-do͝or', -dyo͝or'

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To bear up against; endure; withstand
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To continue being; live
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To continue in force or practice:
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(Copulative) To continue in a state of being.
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To persist in or remain constant to a purpose, idea, or task in the face of obstacles or discouragement.
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To accept or be patient regarding (something unpleasant or undesirable); endure:
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(Idiomatic) To persist or continue.
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To break down suddenly; fail; give way
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To keep from falling in value, as by government purchases:
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To continue
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(Boxing) To participate in a boxing match for its maximum number of rounds.
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(Intransitive) To yield to an overpowering force or overwhelming desire.
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To remain in existence or effect; last; endure
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(Intransitive, archaic) To have one's abode; to dwell; to reside; to sojourn. [First attested from around (1350 to 1470).]
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To enact or recite the entire length of (something).
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To sustain adversity
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Serving as the established model or standard:
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(Intransitive) To come to an end; cease.
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To be in force, use, or effect; be current:
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To continue living or existing, as after an event or after another's death
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To overcome by continuing to perform well for a longer period:
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To retire or put out of use due to age
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To continue
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(Idiomatic) To continue or proceed as before.
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(Idiomatic) to continue in a place or situation, while others leave.
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(Idiomatic, intransitive) To endure.
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To use and adopt (information) in order to understand an issue, make a decision, etc.
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(Idiomatic) Wait a short while.
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(Idiomatic) To remain in an existing position.
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To continue
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(Intransitive) To remain alive or existent although still proceeding toward death or extinction; to die gradually.
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To live longer than; continue to live after the death of; overlive; survive.
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To continue
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(Idiomatic, often with for) To wait, or refuse in hopes of getting something better (from a negotiation, etc.)
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Bear means to give birth to, be able to cope with or hold up weight.
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(Dial.) To think; give as one's opinion
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The definition of permit is to allow something.
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To put up with patiently or resolutely; bear:
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(Idiomatic) To unwillingly stay seated until the end of an event.
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To put up with; endure
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To draw; to deduce; to derive.
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To oppose, resist, or endure, esp. in a successful way
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To sustain adversity
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To sustain adversity
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To sustain adversity
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To sustain adversity
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(Idiomatic) to tolerate, suffer through, or allow, especially something annoying
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To give sanction or support to; tolerate or approve:
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(Copulative) To become aware of through the skin; to use the sense of touch on.
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To participate in personally; undergo:
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To be certain or sure about.
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(Chiefly US) To have a meeting with (someone).
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To sustain adversity
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To give up, stop resisting and come to accept.
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To slope (masonry, cornices, sills, etc.) so as to allow water to run off
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To make a courageous show or put up a stalwart front.
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The definition of face is to turn toward someone or something, or to acknowledge and confront.
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To come to terms with; to overcome any difficulties presented by.
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To survive a difficult period or event
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To sustain adversity
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To sustain adversity
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To put up with; tolerate; bear humbly
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To be able to eat or digest
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To eat is defined as to put food in the mouth, chew and swallow or to use up.
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To sustain adversity
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To sustain adversity
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To sustain adversity
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To endure a difficult or disagreeable situation with good humour.
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(Idiomatic) To tackle a difficult problem and survive.
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To do hard physical exercise or work, and as a result sweat.
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To sustain adversity
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To clean the barrel of a firearm using a pull through
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To sustain adversity
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To sustain adversity
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(Idiomatic) To endure a punishment or consequence with dignity or stoicism.
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To sustain adversity
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(Intransitive, idiomatic) To be utterly cut off by family or friends, as if dead.
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To stay clear of; go around or away from:
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To oppose or withstand something; offer resistance
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Continuing without change; enduring; lasting
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(Informal) Very bad, awful.
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Able to resist wear, decay; lasting; enduring.
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The definition of enduring is something that is long-lasting and patient.
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Of a religion, church etc.: formally recognized by a state as being official within that area.
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Patiently enduring wrongs or difficulties.
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Tiresome because unvarying
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Persevering; constant:
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Extremely durable or lasting
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The definition of permanent is someone or something that is supposed to last for a very long time.
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The definition of perseverant is to be persistent and keep trying.
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(Mathematics) Describing a fractal process that has a positive Brown function
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Drawn out; extended.
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Enduring forever; eternal.
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(Law) Postponement or adjournment to a future date.
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The definition of continuity refers to something occurring in an uninterrupted state, or on a steady and ongoing basis.
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The measure of a person's stamina or persistence.
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The definition of fortitude is having strong will in the face of danger or pain.
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(Now rare) Patience or tolerance in the face of adversity; forbearance, long-suffering.
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Long duration or continuance, as in an occupation:
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A 42.195 kilometre (26 mile 385 yard) road race.
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The state of being perdurable.
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The state of being permanent.
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The act of persevering; continued, patient effort
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Perseveration is defined as the tendency of an idea to stick in your mind or recur, or getting stuck on something mentally and not being able to shift gears.
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Propensity is defined as a natural tendency.
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(Philosophy) existence within time but infinitely into the future; as opposed to eternity, understood as existing outside time
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Tolerance is being patient, understanding and accepting of anything different.
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Tolerance; esp., freedom to hold religious views that differ from the established ones
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To continue
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To maintain life; support oneself
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To remain in existence
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To make or become tough or tougher
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To experience; to pass through a phase.
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To lose strength, certainty, etc.; weaken
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To yield (oneself) to any influence, emotion, passion, or power.
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To produce a return for effort or investment:
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To interrupt the continuance of; to put an end to, especially as regards commercial productions; to stop producing, making, or supplying something.
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To carry on through despite hardships
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(Informal) To endure.
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(Intransitive) To receive something willingly.
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(Informal) To say or utter. Used chiefly in verbal narration:
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(Informal) (like it or) lump it, to (willingly or) unwillingly have to put up with something disagreeable
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(Nautical) To sail close to the wind.
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To withstand stress or difficulty
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To condense or abridge (a written work).
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To protrude; to extend beyond.
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To continue to exist or prevail; endure; remain
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(Of a custom, idea etc) To be slow in changing or disappearing.
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To cause to enter; to thrust.
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(Idiomatic) To tolerate or put up with bravely
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To have or experience with joy; get pleasure from; relish
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To continue
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(Intransitive, archaic or dialectal) To dwell or reside in a location; to abide.
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(Copulative, mathematics) Used to indicate that the values on either side of an equation are the same.
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To bear or display in one's aspect or appearance.
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To continue
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To touch; to feel with the hand.
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To come to an end; stop:
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To bring to a conclusion:
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The definition of monumental is something very large or important, or something that has lasting value.
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Resistance to fatigue, illness, hardship, etc.; endurance
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(Idiomatic) To be patient with.
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To confront (someone or something) face to face.
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(Idiomatic) To endure the worst part of something.
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Synonym Study

  • Brook , a literary word, is usually used in the negative, suggesting determined refusal to put up with what is distasteful I will brook no interference See also syn. study at continue.
  • Tolerate and the more informal stand both imply self-imposed restraint of one's opposition to what is offensive or repugnant
  • Suffer suggests passive acceptance of or resignation to that which is painful or unpleasant
  • Bear implies a putting up with something that distresses, annoys, pains, etc., without suggesting the way in which one sustains the imposition
  • Endure implies a holding up against prolonged pain, distress, etc., and stresses stamina or patience
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