from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who endures, bears, suffers, or sustains.
- noun One who or that which continues long, or remains firm or without change.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who, or that which, endures or lasts; one who bears, suffers, or sustains.
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- noun One who, or that which,
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There are four variations available, which have a specially selected grease and seal for the 'typical' application condition: general, for normal applications concerning speed and cleanliness; high speed, for high rotational speeds; rugged, for extremely dirty operating conditions; and endurer, which is lubrication free under certain conditions.
No, I think that Jesus the disabled, or Jesus the endurer, was worth imitation and I don't think that is a person who makes a thing called hell.
Except in a botanical sense, there are no features of resemblance between this hairy-leaved endurer of the drought and the habitant of the jungle under notice, other than in its perfume.
Hateful to it altogether, and a loathing, is he who will never defend himself, he who swalloweth down poisonous spittle and bad looks, the all – too – patient one, the all – endurer, the all – satisfied one: for that is the mode of slaves.
SOUFFRIR, endurer; résister à; sentir de la douleur.
There is another aspect in which we may look at this great King; we think of him not only as a doer but as a sufferer; and not only as an endurer of disappointment, a bearer of toil, difficulty, trouble, but as one who bore in his body a "white martyrdom" of great pain, perhaps even anguish; and this for some twenty years.
The endurer, in such a case, communicates the demerit of all his own bad acts to the person who under the influence of wrath indulges in abuse.
Birching is not a dignified process, and the endurer comes therefrom both sore and shamefaced.
Most surely there are signs in this for every patient endurer, grateful one.
Grant me melody, O my God, to hymn and recite and honour the exploits of Thy passion -- endurer and martyr, that I may harmoniously laud the great in suffering (mentioned by name), who ever was the vanquisher of passions, great in piety and is now shining forth in the midst of the choir of martyrs, with whom and a multitude of angels, he doth incessantly hymn