stand (v.) 14
withstand, endure, stand up to
2H4 II.ii.35 [Poins to Prince Henry] I stand the push of your one thing that you will tell
AC I.iii.74 [Antony to Cleopatra, of himself] give true evidence to his love, which stands / An honourable trial
AC I.iv.20 [Caesar to Lepidus, of Antony] Let's grant it is not / Amiss to ... stand the buffet / With knaves that smells of sweat
KL III.vii.53 [Gloucester to all] I am tied to the stake, and I must stand the course
Tim V.ii.5 [Fourth Senator to Third Senator, of other senators] We stand much hazard if they bring not Timon
TS I.ii.111 [Grumio to Hortensio, of Katherina and Petruchio] an she stand him but a little, he will throw a figure in her face