[ US /ˈɛndɝəns/ ]
[ UK /ɛndjˈɔːɹəns/ ]
  1. a state of surviving; remaining alive
  2. the power to withstand hardship or stress
    the marathon tests a runner's endurance
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How To Use endurance In A Sentence

  • The marathon race is the big test of endurance in the Olympics.
  • However, the reps go up dramatically for endurance-oriented muscles such as calves and abs.
  • Objective: To observe the effect and endurance of the polysaccharose vaccine for prevention of epidemic encephalitis caused by Type A virus.
  • A Swindon doctor and marathon runner looks set to finish the ultimate endurance test in the Sahara Desert.
  • Jane's party was more of an endurance test than anything else.
  • Linear regression between endurance and speed for individuals from the reed and the stonewort. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Alcohol affects endurance and ability to train. The Sun
  • But the poem appears to commend long-suffering endurance and to suggest that mourners may be silently visited by Divine Grace.
  • My own church had a rather muddled concept of algetic offering that at least produced the proper endurance-discipline. The Golden Torc
  • The night's lengthy endurance challenge involved seven teams racing against the clock.
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