What is endure?

  • (verb): Face or endure with courage.
    Synonyms: weather, brave, brave out
    See also — Additional definitions below


Endure (2010) is a crime thriller starring Judd Nelson, Devon Sawa, Tom Arnold, and Joey Lauren Adams.

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Some articles on endure:

2 Days & 1 Night - Contents - Wake-up Song
... The trot song, "Please Endure" or "Baemida" ("It's a Snake") which is sung by Kim Hye Yeon was 1 Night 2 Days first wake-up song ... "Please Endure" is a song about snakes, which drew attention with its repetitive lyrics and melody ... the show on August 31, 2008 singing "Please Endure" live to wake the cast up, which surprised the cast ...
Regenerative Design - Regenerative Versus Sustainable
... Because the root word "sustain" means only "last" or "endure," the general public and even many non-experts in the industry define the word only as "able to last" or "the capacity to endure." The term sustainable is ... because it has the capacity to endure ...
Research Into Mormon Folklore
... qualifies his claim by saying, “I am not foolish enough to argue that the missionaries endure only because of their folklore ... They endure primarily because they are committed to their gospel and convinced of the importance of their work ... of folklore performance is that it helps them keep up the fight” and endure to the end (2006, 218) ...
Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau - Lyrics - Translations
... True I am to my land! While seas secure, this land so pure, o may our old language endure ... While the sea a wall to the pure, most loved land, O may the old language endure ... seas secure the land so pure, O may the old language endure ...
Endure Pursuivant
... Endure Pursuivant of Arms is a private officer of arms appointed by the Chief of the Name and Arms of Lindsay—presently the Earl of Crawford Balcarres ... The current Endure Pursuivant is the Earl's younger son, The Honorable Alexander Walter Lindsay ...

More definitions of "endure":

  • (verb): Undergo or be subjected to.
    Synonyms: suffer
  • (verb): Persist or be long; in time.
    Synonyms: last

Famous quotes containing the word endure:

    The enjoyment that all morality has given us to now and that it continues to give us—and so, what has kept it going up to now—lies in everyone’s right, without lengthy investigation, to praise and blame. And who could endure life without praising and blaming!
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    Well, on the official record you’re my son. But on this post you’re just another trooper. You heard me tell the recruits what I need from them. Twice that I will expect from you.... You’ve chosen my way of life. I hope you have the guts enough to endure it. But put outa your mind any romantic ideas that it’s a way to glory. It’s a life of suffering and of hardship and uncompromising devotion to your oath and your duty.
    James Kevin McGuinness, and John Ford. Lt. Col. Kirby Yorke (John Wayne)

    Nothing is dead: men feign themselves dead, and endure mock funerals and mournful obituaries, and there they stand looking out of the window, sound and well, in some new and strange disguise.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)