I have an example here.Welcome, maviakahn.
These threads don't answer your exact question, but they may be helpful:
Thank you Paul.All of them are wrong because none of the verbs take a preposition.
Without the preposition, all are wrong as they do not express your meaning:
Tolerate suggests "being patient and understanding" with someone who appears difficult/annoying/irritating and whom you do not really like.
Bear means "to tolerate with difficulty."
Endure means "to tolerate over a [certain] period without complaint."
"As roommates, we need to get along with each other."
I think "tolerate" is used for a person who's annoying, but his annoyance is not much (or absolutely no) harmful/painful (physically or mentally). But if his annoyance is very painful/harmful (physically or mentally), then we should "bear". Is that correct?"He bore his painful illness without complaining."
"Everyday, people pestered him for his expert help but he bore their constant demands with good humour."