What is another word for Dure?

Pronunciation: [djˈʊ͡ə] (IPA)

"Dure" is a French word that has several synonyms in the English language. Some of the common synonyms for "dure" are hard, tough, strong, durable, robust, sturdy, and unyielding. Each of these synonyms represents the sense of lasting or enduring, which is the essence of the word "dure." While "hard" and "tough" also convey a sense of difficulty or resistance, "durable," "sturdy," and "robust" emphasize the ability of something to withstand wear and tear over time. "Unyielding" implies inflexibility or stubbornness, while still conveying the sense of being able to withstand pressure or stress. Overall, each of these synonyms offers a slightly different shade of meaning to help describe things that are "dure".

Usage examples for Dure

The Santissima Annunziata, 268. San Marco, 270. Picture-Gallery of San Marco, 270. Academy of Fine Arts, 271. Galleria dei Lavori in Pietre Dure, 273. North-east side of Plan.
"The South of France--East Half"
Charles Bertram Black
Am I not needy, fain of it, and can Endurance ever Dure!
"Yolanda of Cyprus"
Cale Young Rice
Now some readers of these pages may think that a confinement, such as I have described, wherein, there was to be obtained a sufficiency of meat, drink, tobacco, and light literature, is not, after all, a peine forte et Dure; and that it is both weak and unreasonable thereanent to make one's moan.
"Border and Bastille"
George A. Lawrence

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