The measure of a person's stamina or persistence. (noun)
Examples of word endurance
Precedents, as formed by the decisions of the Supreme Court, stand as nearly Constitutional in endurance, and AS Constitutional in power and effect.
I have felt, at times, stretched beyond my comfort but know I will eventually gain endurance and flexibility – just as I have severely wobbled with futility on occasion and am looking forward to the balance which will, inevitably, be acquired through practice.
However, with a five-pack battery configuration, endurance is said to be 2.25 to 2.5 hours.
Athletes may have trained with or against Matt in endurance races and on the basketball court, while others may have been directly or indirectly touched by his work as a New York City Fireman.
"Effects of oral supplementation with cysteine and theanine on the immune function of athletes in endurance exercise: randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial."
Even if you're genetically predisposed to see little improvement in endurance, "it doesn't mean that you don't get any benefit from exercise," Rankinen says.
Iron Profile – a key physiologic component for oxygen transport/extraction and deficiencies are prevalent in endurance athletes (notably females)
The findings, to be published in the May issue of the Journal of Sexual Medicine, strike at the notion that endurance is the key to a great sex life.
Also, my endurance is improving -- I can keep coming back at something now after I've failed it repeatedly, so I got a second 5.7.