For we endure the tender pain of pardon,— One with another we forbear.
For who can forbear to laugh at the bare idea of an Irish bull?
I can not forbear, however, to note what a sorry group we were on that island on the morning of the 19th.
She could not forbear asking what it was that touched him so much.
But I forbear, as I hope to devote a volume to the private and personal history of our educational system.
Dearest Madam, forbear for the present: I am but in my noviciate.
But who can forbear to make charitable allowance for so young and inexperienced a girl?
Let men agree to differ, and, when they do differ, bear and forbear.
He found so many reasons in his own mind that he thought it wise to forbear from asking any of hers.
I cannot forbear to transcribe what a friend has written to me.