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Definition of "endured" []

  • To undergo (hardship, strain, privation, etc) without yielding; bear (verb)
  • To permit or tolerate (verb)
  • To last or continue to exist (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of endure. (verb)

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Use "endured" in a sentence
  • "The suffering the Afghan people have endured is unbelievable."
  • "But what we endured is a meanness of spirit, a viciousness, and a cruelty that I hope no political family will ever be subjected to again."
  • "AS a scientist I am sure that Steven is aware of the challenges that Newton and Einstein endured when they questioned the received wisdom."