Synonyms of endure
1 experienceDictionary • He'd endured years of pain and sleepless nights because of arthritis.
experience • couples who have experienced the trauma of divorce
suffer • The peace process has suffered a serious blow now.
bear • He bore his sufferings manfully.
weather • The company has weathered the recession.
meet • Never had she met such spite and pettiness.
encounter • Every day we encounter stresses of one kind or another.
sustain • Every aircraft in there has sustained some damage.
brave • She had to brave his anger and confess.
undergo • New recruits have been undergoing training in recent weeks.
withstand • A politician has to be able to withstand criticism from the Press.
2 put up withDictionary • I simply can't endure another moment of her company.
put up with
stand • He hates vegetables and can't stand curry.
suffer • She doesn't suffer fools gladly and, in her view, most people are fools.
bear • He can't bear to talk about it, even to me.
allow • Smoking will not be allowed.
accept • Urban dwellers have to accept noise as part of city life.
stick (slang) • How long did you stick that abuse for?
take (informal) • His rudeness was becoming hard to take.
permit • I was permitted to bring my camera into the concert.
stomach • I could never stomach the cruelty involved in the wounding of animals.
brook • The army will brook no weakening of its power.
tolerate • She can no longer tolerate the position that she's in.
hack (slang) • I can't hack all the violence
abide • I can't abide people who can't make up their minds.
countenance • He would not countenance his daughter marrying while she was still a student.
stick out (informal)
3 lastDictionary • Somehow the language endures and continues to survive to this day.
last • You only need a very small amount, so the tube lasts for ages.
live • He's got a terrible disease and will not live long.
continue • For ten days I continued in this state.
remain • There remains deep mistrust of his government.
stay • Nothing stays the same for long.
hold • Our luck couldn't hold for ever.
stand • The supreme court says the convictions still stand.
go on • the necessity for the war to go on
survive • Rejected by the people, can the organization survive at all?
persist • Consult your doctor if the symptoms persist.
abide • to make moral judgements on the basis of what is eternal and abides
wear well • These shoes haven't worn very well.
PROVERB:What can't be cured must be endured
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• I can't abide people who can't make up their minds.
put up with,
put up with,
• to make moral judgements on the basis of what is eternal and abides
acceptIf you accept an unpleasant fact or situation, you get used to it or recognize that it is necessary or cannot be changed.
• Urban dwellers have to accept noise as part of city life.
Thesaurus for endure from the Collins English Thesaurus