suffer

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suffer

1. To experience pain or distress.
2. To be subjected to injury, loss, or damages.
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He used to call once, often twice, a day - he was lovely and kind although he also didn't suffer fools gladly.
Those two didn't suffer fools gladly but laid-back Bert will achieve the same end result in his own inimitable style.
She didn't suffer fools gladly, but she never saw bad in people, or her horses.
His eccentricity was that he didn't suffer fools gladly.
He had an enormously large, generous spirit; he made enemies because he didn't suffer fools gladly.
He didn't suffer fools gladly and was always, by his own admission, "a bit wild".
Grandad Eddie said: "She didn't suffer fools gladly so we believe she was spiked and didn't know what was happening.
He didn't suffer fools gladly which has been said a few times
She was funny, warm and genuine but she didn't suffer fools gladly.
He could quote pages of the Hillsborough Independent Panel report and he didn't suffer fools gladly.

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