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endure
used in The Great Gatsby

2 meanings, 3 uses
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1  —2 uses as in:
endured the pain
Definition
to suffer through (or put up with something difficult or unpleasant)
  • She convinced herself of it, and cried into her handkerchief, as if the very suggestion was more than she could endure.
    p. 164.2
endure = bear (suffer through)
  • She wasn't able to endure being at a disadvantage and, given this unwillingness, I suppose she had begun dealing in subterfuges when she was very young in order to keep that cool, insolent smile turned to the world and yet satisfy the demands of her hard, jaunty body.
    p. 58.1
endure = bear (suffer through; or put up with something difficult or unpleasant)
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2  —1 use as in:
endure through the ages
Definition
to continue to exist
  • A pause; it endured horribly.
    p. 86.4
endured = lasted (continue to exist)
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