lasting; permanent: a poet of enduring greatness.
- en·dur·ing·ly, adverb
- en·dur·ing·ness, noun
- non·en·dur·ing, adjective
- un·en·dur·ing, adjective
- un·en·dur·ing·ly, adverb
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How to use enduring in a sentence
Despite enduring headaches, a fever and shortness of breath, Day kept the paper going by working from home.COVID-19 Is Ravaging Local Newspapers, Making it Easier for Misinformation to Spread | Tara Law | January 22, 2021 | Time
Then Warnock suddenly opened a gigantic, enduring lead of over five points that mirrored Ossoff’s sprint.Georgia Senate races: Data scientist’s final prediction has Democrats taking both seats | Shawn Tully | January 5, 2021 | Fortune
“Purchases that help to foster our social relationships—those are the purchases that are most likely to bring us longer-lasting, more enduring happiness,” Kumar says.
No one has quantified the loss of productivity from this, but it’s significant and enduring.Why business must help end ‘period poverty’ for women in America | jakemeth | December 10, 2020 | Fortune
It enhances the feeling of visiting the past, and thereby a more enduring appreciation for it.What Did the Past Smell Like? - Issue 93: Forerunners | Ann-Sophie Barwich | December 9, 2020 | Nautilus
But the enduring response—stop the world, I want to get off—is the same.
But several of these words and phrases do manage to secure an enduring place in the English language.Feminist, Bae, Turnt: Time’s ‘Worst Words’ List Is Sexist and Racist | Samantha Allen | November 13, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Statistics are one thing, enduring the jailhouse ordeal another.Escaping Assad’s Rape Prisons: A Survivor Tells Her Story | Jamie Dettmer | October 28, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Cruising the Caribbean, enjoying beaches... enduring Persecution as an American Christian sounds horrible.
Call it tragic, call it comic, or call it both: The most enduring legacy of Viagra might be erectile dysfunction jokes.
So intelligent were her methods that she doubtless had great influence in making the memory of his art enduring.Women in the fine arts, from the Seventh Century B.C. to the Twentieth Century A.D. | Clara Erskine Clement
Uriah said it would dishonour him to seek ease and pleasure at home while other soldiers were enduring hardship at the front.God and my Neighbour | Robert Blatchford
For Isabel Otis the genius loci had a more powerful and enduring magnetism than any man or woman she had ever known.Ancestors | Gertrude Atherton
Her mother pressed the coveted treasure to her bosom with maternal love, more calm, and deep, and enduring.Madame Roland, Makers of History | John S. C. Abbott
Sebastopol was evacuated last night after enduring, for three days, an infernal fire of shot and shell.Gospel Philosophy | J. H. Ward
British Dictionary definitions for enduring
having forbearance; long-suffering
- enduringly, adverb
- enduringness, noun
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