Meaning: pass through; "The chemical undergoes a sudden change"; "The fluid undergoes shear"; "undergo a strange sensation"
These, to be sure, undergo no dream distortion.
Before it is fit to be eaten, however, it has to undergo an additional process.
We can imagine the weary life this poor Pump, this martyr to Mammon, is compelled to undergo.
When we experience something we act upon it, we do something with it; then we suffer or undergo the consequences.
You can understand that a man who has such views will never allow himself to be taken, or if taken, will undergo martyrdom rather than speak."
Then slowly and with a short look at her: "The woman who has queened it so long in C---- society can not wish to undergo the charge of bigamy?"
If you died and had led a righteous life you went to Paradise; if you had been wicked you went to the lower regions to undergo eternal punishment.
After the rains have fallen, some of the tribe always undergo a surgical operation, which consists in cutting the skin of their chest and arms with a sharp flint.
I am informed by Mr. Blackwall that the sexes whilst young usually resemble each other; and both often undergo great changes in colour during their successive moults, before arriving at maturity.
'Well, you may live', said the lad, 'but you shall undergo the same punishment you gave me'; and so he burned out the Troll's eyes, and turned him adrift on the sea in a little boat, but he had no lions to follow him.