see sit out, def. 1.
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How to use sit through in a sentence
But to sit through an entire Jodorowsky film requires an extremely high tolerance for surrealism (or maybe LSD).‘Jodorowsky’s Dune’ and the Allure of the Unmade Masterpiece | Caryn James | March 19, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
For free you can listen to all the music but you have to sit through ads.
Didn't want to sit through 20 minutes of TV ads up on the screen before the movie started?
Venus and the "new" servant had taken turns to sit through the day in the long room, where the body lay.The Open Question | Elizabeth Robins
We go and sit through those everlasting operas on the wrong night.The Silver Poppy | Arthur Stringer
But Max, priding himself on his qualities as a sailor, managed to sit through the meagre dessert.A Soldier of the Legion | C. N. Williamson
He would sit through fiery denunciations of wealth, nodding his head slowly in agreement.Dangerous Days | Mary Roberts Rinehart
The idea was so alluring that she could hardly force herself to sit through luncheon.The Girl Scouts' Good Turn | Edith Lavell