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endure
used in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Butler)

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1  —5 uses as in:
endured the pain
Definition
to suffer through (or put up with something difficult or unpleasant)
  • They then each of them drew out the spear from his shield, and fell on one another like savage lions or wild boars of great strength and endurance: the son of Priam struck the middle of Ajax's shield, but the bronze did not break, and the point of his dart was turned.
    Book 7 (53% in)
  • When they came to the part where the bravest and most in number were gathered about mighty Diomed, fighting like lions or wild boars of great strength and endurance, there Juno stood still and raised a shout like that of brazen-voiced Stentor, whose cry was as loud as that of fifty men together.
    Book 5 (87% in)
  • The Trojans would now have been worsted by the brave Achaeans and driven back to Ilius through their own cowardice, while the Argives, so great was their courage and endurance, would have achieved a triumph even against the will of Jove, if Apollo had not roused Aeneas, in the likeness of Periphas son of Epytus, an attendant who had grown old in the service of Aeneas' aged father, and was at all times devoted to him.
    Book 17 (42% in)
  • Even Mars, who is an immortal, or Minerva, would shrink from flinging himself into the jaws of such a fight and laying about him; nevertheless, so far as in me lies I will show no slackness of hand or foot nor want of endurance, not even for a moment; I will utterly break their ranks, and woe to the Trojan who shall venture within reach of my spear.
    Book 20 (69% in)
  • He to whom Apollo vouchsafes the greater endurance, and whom the Achaeans acknowledge as victor, shall take the mule back with him to his own tent, while he that is vanquished shall have the double cup.
    Book 23 (74% in)

There are no more uses of "endure" flagged with this meaning in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Butler).

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  • This, after all that I have gone through, is more than I can endure.
    Book 16 (7% in)
  • When they saw Helen coming towards the tower, they said softly to one another, "Small wonder that Trojans and Achaeans should endure so much and so long, for the sake of a woman so marvellously and divinely lovely.
    Book 3 (35% in)

There are no more uses of "endure" in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Butler).

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