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endure
used in Anne Of Green Gables

9 uses
  • I would have endured it joyfully for your sake.
    Chapter 20 — A Good Imagination Gone Wrong (37% in)
  • It's bad enough to have red hair myself, but I positively couldn't endure it in a bosom friend."
    Chapter 8 — Anne's Bringing-up Is Begun (59% in)
  • Oh, I could endure anything if I only thought my hair would be a handsome auburn when I grew up.
    Chapter 10 — Anne's Apology (63% in)
  • That would be terrible; I don't think I could endure it; most likely I would go into consumption; I'm so thin as it is, you see.
    Chapter 12 — A Solemn Vow and Promise (16% in)
  • I solemnly swear to be faithful to my bosom friend, Diana Barry, as long as the sun and moon shall endure.
    Chapter 12 — A Solemn Vow and Promise (67% in)
  • That's bad enough in a woman, but it isn't to be endured in a man.
    Chapter 12 — A Solemn Vow and Promise (98% in)
  • I don't feel that I could endure the disappointment if anything happened to prevent me from getting to the picnic.
    Chapter 13 — The Delights of Anticipation (65% in)
  • I've been so used in my early days to having people cross at me that I can endure it much better than Diana can."
    Chapter 19 — A Concert a Catastrophe and a Confession (86% in)
  • Then, just as she thought she really could not endure the ache in her arms and wrists another moment, Gilbert Blythe came rowing under the bridge in Harmon Andrews's dory!
    Chapter 28 — An Unfortunate Lily Maid (59% in)

There are no more uses of "endure" in Anne Of Green Gables.

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