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endure
used in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

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endured the pain
Definition
to suffer through (or put up with something difficult or unpleasant)
  • He believed he had taxed the forbearance of the powers above to the extremity of endurance and that this was the result.
    Chapter 22 (81% in)

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  • His conscience could not endure any more of Amy's grateful happiness, and his jealousy could bear no more of the other distress.
    Chapter 18 (87% in)
  • The boy whose history this book relates did not enjoy the prayer, he only endured it—if he even did that much.
    Chapter 5 (43% in)
  • He was so homesick that he could hardly endure the misery of it.
    Chapter 16 (15% in)
  • Perhaps the reader can endure an extract from it: "In the common walks of life, with what delightful emotions does the youthful mind look forward to some anticipated scene of festivity!
    Chapter 21 (50% in)

There are no more uses of "endure" in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.

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