undergo to undertake: “What dangerous action . . . Would I not undergo for one calm look!” THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, v. 4. 42 ; “if you will not change your purpose But undergo this flight,” THE WINTER'S TALE, iv. 4. 535 ; “You undergo too strict a paradox,” TIMON OF ATHENS, iii. 5. 24 ; “To undergo with me an enterprise Of honourable-dangerous consequence” JULIUS CAESAR, i. 3. 123 ( “We should now rather say to undertake where there is anything to be done,” CRAIK) ; “I am the master of my speeches, and would undergo what's spoken, I swear,” CYMBELINE, i. 4. 136.
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