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  • Are these indeed the words of Heracles, the much-enduring?

    Heracles

  • Truly Strife is a goddess to fear, who devised these troubles for the princes of this land, for the much-enduring sons of Labdacus.

    The Phoenissae

  • Truly Strife is a goddess to fear, who devised these troubles for the princes of this land, for the much-enduring sons of Labdacus.

    The Phoenissae

  • Are these indeed the words of Heracles, the much-enduring?

    Heracles

  • O heart of me, much-enduring heart, O right arm, now indeed must you show what son was born to Zeus by Alcmena, the

    Alcestis

  • O heart of me, much-enduring heart, O right arm, now indeed must you show what son was born to Zeus by Alcmena, the

    Alcestis

  • The negro monarch was of much-enduring mind, but these tidings outwent his philosophy.

    Springhaven

  • Brave as Mr. Gundry was, and much-enduring and resigned, the latter years of his life on earth must have dragged on very heavily, with abstract resignation only, and none of his blood to care for him.

    Erema

  • "Both maidens, and youths, and much-enduring old men."

    ANF01. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus

  • Poor little Sally, the most good-natured and much-enduring of womankind, was bustling about, with a napkin in her hand, from her own oven to those of the neighbours 'cottages up the yard at the back of the house.

    Tom Brown's Schooldays

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