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use "can't bear to" in a sentence

She can't bear to talk about her experiences during the war.

I can't bear to see her cry.

I can't bear to see him cry like that.

I can't bear to work with him.

I can't bear to tramp ten miles in this heat.

The producers can't bear to leave bad enough alone: suddenly you find yourself watching homosexuals being rounded up by German Nazis.

After leveling the ones inside the ship and the ones tending to their human prisoners, Lois recoils from Superman, telling him that she can't bear to have an alien touch her after what the Martians have done.

Mask them with ornamental grasses if you can't bear to look at them!

One based around our own collections of PCs, micros, calculators and similar equipment that we can't bear to throw away.

If you have pages of information that you just can't bear to part with, put them in the back of the plan under an addendum and reference the information in the body of the plan.

JKP: I can't bear to look JKP: How long has it been?

And a curious voter who can't bear to go a day without polling or comment still has plenty of options.
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