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undergo to sustain, to support: “To undergo such ample grace and honour,” MEASURE FOR MEASURE, i. 1. 24 ; “Any thing, my lord, That my ability may undergo,” THE WINTER'S TALE, ii. 3. 163 ; “Is't not I That undergo this charge?” KING JOHN, v. 2. 100 ; “How able such a work to undergo,” 2 HENRY IV., i. 3. 54 ; “Their virtues else . . . As infinite as man may undergo” HAMLET, i. 4. 34. ( “As large as can be accumulated upon man,” JOHNSON)

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