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Sue can't bear to be parted from her baby daughter.
I can't bear seeing food thrown away.
I could hardly bear to watch.
She couldn't bear the thought of moving again.
Being made a fool of in front of a roomful of people was more than he could bear.
The incident bore all the hallmarks of a racist attack.
Every new coin bears a date.
a blue banner bearing the words 'Civil Rights March'
The letter bore the signature of her grandfather.
a coffin bearing the remains of an old man
When you speak to Lee, bear in mind he's still pretty upset about what happened.
Bearing in mind that it's Christmas, how much do you think the flight will cost?
This is the British English definition of bear. View American English definition of bear.
happy, excited, and full of energy