bear with meaning
"bear with" in a sentence
- bear with me spoken used to politely ask someone to wait or be patient while you do something:
▪ Bear with me a moment while I make a phone call.
▪ I hope you will bear with me if I tell you a little about my own situation.
to be patient with someone or something; to endure someone or something.
• Please bear with me while I fill out this form.
• Please bear with my old car. It'll get us there sooner or later.
v., formal To have patience with; not get angry with. Your little sister is sick. Try to bear with her when she cries. It is hard to bear with criticism.
Synonym: PUT UP WITH.
Compare: CARRY ONE'S CROSS.
- He just could n't bear with such insults.
- He had come to fear them, to bear with them.
- And you'll bear with us tonight.
- He's touchy as a bear with a sore nose.
- When he is just woken up he is like a bear with a sore head.
- For my part, i had rather bear with you than bear you.
- Finally, as light grew dim, he had to finish off the bear with a second shot.
- She could not bear with composure to become a standing joke with mrs. jennings.
- You could just bear with me for a little while longer
- You couid just bear with me for a iittie whiie ionger
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