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What is the verb form of durable?

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There does not appear to be a verb form for the word durable. There is only noun and...
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Durable- able to endure so the verb would be endure. plaudits- praise or applause so applause would probably be the closest verb to that. May I ask why?
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A durable power of attorney for finances grants an agent permission to manage specific financial matters for a principal. These forms can be tailored to suit the principal's wishes.
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Just because the English noun "viking" is derived from a verb does not mean that the English is "incorrect." It simply means that English has a noun "viking
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