Endure [verb]

Definition of Endure:

bear hardship

Opposite/Antonyms of Endure:

Sentence/Example of Endure:

An essential conservative insight about everything is that nothing necessarily endures.

The two endure a terrifying adventure where survival is never guaranteed.

Since socializing in winter now requires us to endure frigid temperatures, at least in many parts of the country, a layer that won’t stay put just won’t do.

More responsible leadership could have made an immense difference in the suffering and the death that America has endured.

The reader must endure a slow start as various plotlines are established, but the pace quickens at the halfway mark.

The more we can take those words to heart, the more likely it is that the creation of the nation Rush celebrated in 1788 will endure—and, God and all of us willing, prosper.

With a truncated offseason, they endured an uneven start and later slumped in November.

We’ve endured decades of celebrity endorsement deals on an unspoken agreement that endorsers are rarely organic users of the product.

These inequities will endure, and prevent the potential of this great country, unless tackled head-on.

Dallas has endured numerous coronavirus protocol-related absences, dealt with a tough, road-heavy schedule and seen its vaunted offense fall off a cliff.