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endure
used in Listening for Lions

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1  —1 use as in:
endured the pain
Definition
to suffer through (or put up with something difficult or unpleasant)
  • the idea of it [becoming a doctor] will help you to endure school
    Book 3 — Rachel Pritchard (24% in)
endure = to suffer through (or put up with)
There are no more uses of "endure" flagged with this meaning in Listening for Lions.

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  • Endure for a while, and live for a happier day.
    Book 3 — Rachel Pritchard (36% in)
  • Once, Mother said, she had worn such a dress and had to endure the girl's giggles when she recognized her dress on Mother.
    Book 1 — Rachel Sheridan (20% in)
  • When I protested that I could do all that perfectly well, Ellie opened her eyes wider and, looking hurt, said, "I'm sure I'm trying my best, Miss," so I could only endure her help.
    Book 2 — Valerie Pritchard (36% in)
  • Just when I felt I could not endure another moment of breathing the same air as the Pritchards, we came to London.
    Book 2 — Valerie Pritchard (83% in)

There are no more uses of "endure" in Listening for Lions.

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