- To bear malice is more like a frenchman than an englishman .
- I guess my back's broad enough to bear a few hard words .
- Clebsch then brought this theory to bear on the theory of curves .
- The trees in wadi mashash developed well and have started to bear fruit .
- They promised faithfully to bear their confinement with patience .
- I wish you now to bear witness, that i'm altogether of white blood .
- You have to bear up under the hospitality of the ancestral home for two years .
- We had to bear them in order to be ready for the coming conflict .
- This is one useful simplification for the english reader to bear in mind .
- It seemed to bear out hemingway's own gloomy maxim about america .