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endure
used in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

2 uses
  • The holiness of the mountain infused into their own spirits enabled them to endure far more than anything he, with his greater physical strength, could take.
    Part 3 (18% in)
  • Thus the hero of the Odyssey is a great fighter, a wily schemer, a ready speaker, a man of stout heart and broad wisdom who knows that he must endure without too much complaining what the gods send; and he can both build and sail a boat, drive a furrow as straight as anyone, beat a young braggart at throwing the discus, challenge the Pheacian youthat boxing, wrestling or running; flay, skin, cut up and cook an ox, and be moved to tears by a song.
    Part 4 (60% in)

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