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endure
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Angels & Demons
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  • Ah, the indignities we endure in the name of Holy Conclave.
  • The brotherhood endures?

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  • The brotherhood endures, he thought.
  • Vittoria apparently had endured enough.
  • Skeletons by firelight, he grimaced wryly, realizing he had quite coincidentally endured a similar evening just last month.
  • High above the chapel floor, Cardinal Guidera endured his last torturous moments of consciousness.
  • Like every man there, Chartrand was Swiss Army trained and had endured two years of additional ausbilding in Bern before qualifying for the grueling Vatican prova held in a secret barracks outside of Rome.
  • As a Catholic working among scientists, she occasionally endured the antireligious whisperings, but the party these kids seemed to be having was all-out euphoria over the church’s loss.
  • The only sound Mortati could now hear was the anomalous hum of a television camera in back-an electronic presence no conclave in history had ever endured-but a presence demanded by the camerlegno.
  • God commanded Jesus to endure crucifixion!

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  • How could His Holiness expect him to endure any more?
  • Imagine the shame the church would endure.
  • As a water polo player, Robert Langdon had endured more than his fair share of underwater battles.
  • He reminded himself that this suffering was nothing compared to what Jesus had endured.
  • Now he was standing over her, his chest bare and powerful, scarred from battles he had endured.
  • He had endured too much in his life to have his work destroyed by someone like Camerlegno Ventresca.
  • His body was scarred and wounded by the hands of his enemies, and still he endured.
  • Jesus endured his pain for three days on the cross!
  • Do not forget what pain Jesus endured.

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as in: endured the pain Define
to suffer through (or put up with something difficult or unpleasant)
as in: endure through the ages Define
to continue to exist
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