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Abear   Listen
verb
Abear  v. t.  
1.
To bear; to behave. (Obs.) "So did the faery knight himself abear."
2.
To put up with; to endure. (Prov.)






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Abear" Quotes from Famous Books



... killing me with affright, is attached to the Lamp." "Yes," he replied, and she rejoined, "Now I conjure thee, O my son, by the milk wherewith I suckled thee, to throw away from thee this Lamp and this Ring; because they can cause us only extreme terror and I especially can never abear a second glance at them. Moreover all intercourse with them is unlawful, for that the Prophet (whom Allah save and assain!) warned us against them with threats." He replied, "Thy commands, O my mother, be upon my head[FN114] and mine eyes; but, as regards this saying thou ...
— Supplemental Nights, Volume 3 • Richard F. Burton

... Eleanor, he did; and every word he said made me feel worser. His two eyes was like two swords going through me; and they went through me so softly, ma'am, I couldn't abear it. They ...
— The Old Helmet, Volume I • Susan Warner



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