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Definition of suffer:

  1. A compilation of statutes or decisions analytically arranged. The term is applied in a general sense to the Pandects of Justinian ( see Pandect), but is also specially given by authors to compilations of laws on particular topics; a summary of laws; as, Comyn's Digest; the United States Digest.

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foregather, endorse, indulge, plump for, tin, baffle, lament, concede, generate, beget, become, develop, grant, pine, fulfill, get under one's skin, digest, satisfy, set out, contain, plunk for, come, pay, underpin, start out, sorrow, prolong, submit, injure, affirm, recede, arrest, deliver, contribute, have, cause, comport, sustain, come across, mother, raise, dumbfound, bide, bring, ingest, adjoin, meet, take, allow, fit, die hard, patronise, fetch, jump out, go, throw, obtain, misplace, patronize, condense, get, keep going, take in, put-up, know, conform to, yield, match, lump, gestate, carry, get together, pay back, brook, ache, vex, resist, live, acquire, deport, gather, acquiesce, weather, sicken, fall behind, languish, droop, own, assume, encounter, fend, leap out, defend, jump, nourish, catch, buzz off, birth, give, run across, withstand, forgather, live on, patronage, bear, make, mourn, brave, bear out, feature, pose, grieve, accept, touch, can, keep, back up, produce, stimulate, survive, give birth, receive, recover, lose, permit, taste, contract, fulfil, stand out, draw, arrive, fend for, hold up, conduct, bruise, behave, stupefy, post, mystify, run, yearn, nurture, let, cope with, hold out, consume, possess, go through, induce, stand up, find, turn a loss, puzzle, have a bun in the oven, prove, flag, incur, convey, consent to, spite, have got, contact, back, fix, keep up, set about, provide, beat, substantiate, aim, concentrate, pay off, swallow, connive at, fall back, bugger off, support, protrude, expect, place upright, stick out, hold, remain firm, bring forth, tolerate, miss, offend, domiciliate, take on, endure, amaze, authorize, feel, mislay, capture, participate, hurt, commence, maintain, sire, house, indorse, stand, sanction, nominate, bewilder, yen, wear, take over, offer, grow, abide, converge, turn out, erect, admit, acquit, drop off, prevail, drive, confirm, gravel, happy, stay, stick, bow, set up, flummox, start, stomach, see, jut, begin, engender, nonplus, project, play, corroborate, jut out, subscribe, put forward, rear, run into, fill, wound, get down, brave out, perplex, assemble, scram, father.

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