Enduring En*dur"ing, a. Lasting; durable; long-suffering; as, an enduring disposition. ``A better and enduring substance.'' --Heb. x. 34. -- {En*dur"ing*ly}, adv. --T. Arnold. -- {En*dur"ing*ness}, n.

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