What is the opposite of endure?

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Opposite of to bear hardship
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Opposite of to last for a long time
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Opposite of to endure, go through (an ordeal)
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Opposite of to resist or withstand something that is difficult to endure
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Opposite of to allow something to exist or happen, even although one does not approve of it
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Opposite of to tolerate or allow (something that is generally frowned on)
“Another tactic, which I abhor, was to use pepper, chili or anything to irritate the hounds' noses.”
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Opposite of to resist or endure (something) successfully
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Opposite of to be able to endure or tolerate
“As time passed, Suzanne began to falter under the weight of carrying her many burdens.”
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(of an object) Opposite of to continue to exist, especially over a (long) period of time
“To be sure, every human language is, in fact, mortal, subject to modification and change and destined at some point to perish.”
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(of something unpleasant) Opposite of to tolerate or submit to
“He would still be in denial of the fact that he would not get the promotion he desired.”
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Opposite of withstand continued use or life in a specified way
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Opposite of to continue to operate or remain usable
“If it exceeds its specified limit, it will eventually break, and the motor will burn out.”
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(of a person or species) Opposite of to continue to live, especially in spite of danger or hardship
“They accept the fact that they signed up to be warriors, and warriors fight, and often die fighting.”
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Opposite of to have met, be acquainted or familiar with
“I am unfamiliar with that man.”
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Opposite of endure
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Opposite of to be patient with
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Opposite of to persist steadfastly in pursuit of a goal, especially despite challenges
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Opposite of to withstand the action or effect of
“Lovers of ease who refuse to have anything to do with spiritual science would be affected by his magic.”
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Opposite of used as a request to tolerate one's foibles, ignorance, or impoliteness
“Dress yourself, and be gone before I punish you for your insolence.”
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Opposite of to struggle tenaciously to achieve something
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Opposite of to extend or lengthen excessively
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Opposite of to remain somewhere for an extended period of time
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Opposite of to have an experience of
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