English words and Examples of Usage

use "suffer" in a sentence

If I knew how much my kids had to suffer I would not have done it.

"The man was checked over but did not suffer any serious injuries.

Doctors say Bush didn't suffer nerve damage when he fell Wednesday.

You feel less sure of yourself now and could suffer from the blues.

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"He said it emphatically: 'No one deserves to suffer like they did.'

“Our clients suffer the abuse of that court system on a daily basis."

When you believe in things that you don't understand, then you suffer.

Others may suffer at the hands of both the box office and the critics.

She returned to work only to suffer another miscarriage one week later.

Except for their families, who still have to suffer with where they are.

And, most pressing to me, how many Isabelles will suffer in their wakes?

Like millions of Americans, I suffer from allergy related sinus problems.

If the jamming persists, we Ethiopians suffer, a listener wrote recently.

Croft told BBC Radio 5 live that women "suffer in silence" on the subject.

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