bear up under

bear up under
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  • bear up — Synonyms and related words: accost, advance, afford support, approach, appropinquate, approximate, assure, back, back up, be proof against, bear, bear down on, bear down upon, bear out, bear the brunt, bear up against, bear up under, bolster,… …   Moby Thesaurus

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  • bear up — {v.} 1. To hold up; carry; support; encourage. * /The old bridge can hardly bear up its own weight any more./ * /He was borne up by love of country./ 2. To keep up one s courage or strength; last. Often used with under . * /This boat will bear up …   Dictionary of American idioms

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