English words and Examples of Usage

use "endure" in a sentence

Think, though, what he and his company had to endure on Wednesday.

When we cannot respond in those ways, we endure continual stress.

As the work week starts, other cities will endure the mind-numbing freeze.

Communities like this have had to endure tragedies like this too many times."

She spent a lifetime trying forget the horrors she had to endure at Auschwitz.

No person should ever have to endure the horrors that these two men inflicted."

"First, above all, I'm sorry we all have to endure the pain of these allegations.

No matter what it is discovered or how it ends, Pitino said the program will endure.

There's no question that these are the most painful moments that a family can endure."

These dogs have to endure long and potentially stressful flights from other countries.

Of course, a $400 refund doesn’t eliminate the inconveniences residents had to endure.

No kid should have to endure the sexually perverse bullying that Bryan Oliver suffered.

All of these ailments will likely endure long after the final season of "Downton Abbey."

That too, was an attitude that emerged under King Abdullah and will likely endure.

Postgame locker room interviews also preached on the team's ability to overcome and endure.

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