1 I could not bear the employment.
2 Now, I can neither bear to talk, nor anything else.
3 Catherine reappeared, bearing a tray of knives and forks.
4 Heathcliff smiled again, as if it were rather too bold a jest to attribute the paternity of that bear to him.
5 The servants could not bear his tyrannical and evil conduct long: Joseph and I were the only two that would stay.
6 I observed once, indeed, something like exultation in his aspect: it was just when the people were bearing the coffin from the house.
7 She did not stay to retaliate, but re-entered in a minute, bearing a reaming silver pint, whose contents I lauded with becoming earnestness.
8 While he was speaking, Joseph returned bearing a basin of milk-porridge, and placed it before Linton: who stirred round the homely mess with a look of aversion, and affirmed he could not eat it.
9 Then the doctor had said that she would not bear crossing much; she ought to have her own way; and it was nothing less than murder in her eyes for any one to presume to stand up and contradict her.
10 In play, she liked exceedingly to act the little mistress; using her hands freely, and commanding her companions: she did so to me, but I would not bear slapping and ordering; and so I let her know.
11 I went to the Heights as I proposed: my housekeeper entreated me to bear a little note from her to her young lady, and I did not refuse, for the worthy woman was not conscious of anything odd in her request.
12 On opening the little door, two hairy monsters flew at my throat, bearing me down, and extinguishing the light; while a mingled guffaw from Heathcliff and Hareton put the copestone on my rage and humiliation.
13 Though he seldom before had revealed this state of mind, even by looks, it was his habitual mood, I had no doubt: he asserted it himself; but not a soul, from his general bearing, would have conjectured the fact.