Simple past tense and past participle of endure. (verb)
Examples of word endured
But what we endured is a meanness of spirit, a viciousness, and a cruelty that I hope no political family will ever be subjected to again.
With rampant racism throughout both the government and the military, McIlwain endured hate and abuse that most Americans couldn't conjure in a nightmare as he embarked on a personal journey of courage and determination, becoming one of the country's first black fighter pilots - one of the famed Tuskegee
The suffering the Afghan people have endured is unbelievable.
AS a scientist I am sure that Steven is aware of the challenges that Newton and Einstein endured when they questioned the received wisdom.
For all the pain endured and ahead, if the current economic crisis spawns a new ethic to replace the conspicuous consumption of the recent past, future generations will benefit.
Rudy Giuliani becomes the first Republican speaker to describe what John McCain endured in the POW camp as "torture."
Not to mention the hit its reputation will take, by seeming to be a shill for the war, which will reinforce the attacks it has long endured from the Left.
For five and a half years, McCain endured heroically.