brought (part of speech: verb)
abided (part of speech: verb)
carried (part of speech: verb)
- And had poor Moses known it, she would almost rather have borne his pain herself than to have helped him turn upon his back as she did. - "The Brass Bound Box", Evelyn Raymond.
- I have something to say to Mr. De la Borne. - "Jeanne of the Marshes", E. Phillips Oppenheim.
- But now, slowly, it was borne in upon him that he knew this road, that he had walked it once before like this, at the end of the day. - "Captivating Mary Carstairs", Henry Sydnor Harrison.