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endure

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of endure

  1. 1 to come to a knowledge of (something) by living through it an elderly couple who have endured the ups and downs of a half century of married life Synonyms of endure experience, feel, have, know, pass, see, suffer, sustain, taste, undergo, witnessWords Related to endure encounter, meet; accept, receive; assimilate, digest

  2. 2 to put up with (something painful or difficult) at some point we all have to endure the loss of a beloved pet Synonyms of endure abide, absorb, accept, bide [chiefly dialect], brook, countenance, bear, go, hack, handle, meet, pocket, stand, stick out, stomach, support, sustain, sweat out, take, tolerate, wear [British]Words Related to endure allow, permit, suffer, swallow; reconcile (to); acquiesce, agree (with or to), assent (to), capitulate, consent (to), respect, submit (to), yield (to)Near Antonyms of endure decline, dismiss, refuse, reject, repudiate, spurn, turn down; combat, contest, fight, oppose, resist; avoid, bypass, circumvent, dodge, elude, escape, evade, miss; abstain (from), forbear, refrain (from)

  3. 3 to remain indefinitely in existence or in the same state the fashion business is built on change, since nobody expects a particular clothing style to endure Synonyms of endure abide, bide, continue, hold on, hold up, keep up, last, perdure, persist, remain, run onWords Related to endure linger, stay, stick around, tarry; carry through, prevail, surviveNear Antonyms of endure abate, die (down), ebb, let up, moderate, subside, waneAntonyms of endure cease, close, conclude, desist, die, discontinue, end, expire, finish, lapse, leave off, pass, quit, stop, terminate, wind up



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