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endure
used in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl

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1  —3 uses as in:
endured the pain
Definition
to suffer through (or put up with something difficult or unpleasant)
  • When grandmother reported this to me, I was tried almost beyond endurance.
    27 — New Destination For The Children (13% in)
  • "I came here," said he, "to make you a friendly proposition; but your ingratitude chafes me beyond endurance.
    11 — The New Tie To Life (32% in)
  • I repeatedly urged her to consent to the publication of her narrative; for I felt that it would arouse people to a more earnest work for the disinthralment of millions still remaining in that soul-crushing condition, which was so unendurable to her.
    Appendix (32% in)

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  • So, then, after all I had endured for their sakes, my poor children were between two fires; between my old master and their new master!
    27 — New Destination For The Children (24% in)
  • This poor woman endured many cruelties from her master and mistress; sometimes she was locked up, away from her nursing baby, for a whole day and night.
    2 — The New Master And Mistress (78% in)
  • One black man, who had not fortitude to endure scourging, promised to give information about the conspiracy.
    12 — Fear Of Insurrection (87% in)
  • I supposed that religion had a purifying effect on the character of men; but the worst persecutions I endured from him were after he was a communicant.
    13 — The Church And Slavery (93% in)
  • Every trial I endured, every sacrifice I made for their sakes, drew them closer to my heart, and gave me fresh courage to beat back the dark waves that rolled and rolled over me in a seemingly endless night of storms.
    16 — Scenes At The Plantation (46% in)
  • The dread of being disabled was greater than the physical pain I endured.
    18 — Months Of Peril (8% in)

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