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sustain
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Anne Of Green Gables
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  • Anger was still too hot in her heart for that and it sustained her amid all her agony of humiliation.
  • All at once, as it seemed, and to her secret dismay, she found that the old resentment she had cherished against him was gone—gone just when she most needed its sustaining power.

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as in: sustained by her faith Define
provide support or necessities
as in: sustained through the ages Define
to continue through time
as in: sustained wounds Define
to suffer (as of injury, damage, or loss)
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