How much more suffering can they endure?
I will endure.
But when his promise was required in writing it was more than he could endure.
By the way, it was culture that helped them to endure four years of war.
Before reading the article, she had never wanted to pull a sledge over sea ice or endure temperatures of minus 40 degrees Celsius.
"At the end of the day, we can endure much more than we think we can."
"And once again, three milion people had to endure a day without power."
Most people who've endured a terrible PowerPoint presentation will have experienced boredom.
He endured his illness with great stoicism.
But they had endured and succeeded quite nicely all to themselves.
Comparatively, traditional stainless steel facilities have to endure costs related to cleaning and sterilizing their equipment.
The political system established in 1400 endured until about 1650.
And he wasn't the only one who doubted the relationship would endure.
The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public's money.
1. This fabric can withstand steam and high temperatures. 2. The Chancellor has withstood the criticism and held firm.
Morality is mostly a matter of how much temptation you can withstand.
withstand forces, pressure, high/low temperature / criticism / scrutiny
Luke prepared Jesus to withstand the rigors of crucifixion
Does this house withstand earthquakes?
Nothing can withstand the power of millions of voices calling for change.
Robots can withstand dangerous conditions.