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in·suf·fer·a·ble

 (ĭn-sŭf′ər-ə-bəl, -sŭf′rə-)
adj.
Difficult or impossible to endure; intolerable.

in·suf′fer·a·bly adv.

insufferable

(ɪnˈsʌfərəbəl)
adj
intolerable; unendurable
inˈsufferableness n
inˈsufferably adv

in•suf•fer•a•ble

(ɪnˈsʌf ər ə bəl)

adj.
not to be endured; intolerable.
[1525–35]
in•suf′fer•a•ble•ness, n.
in•suf′fer•a•bly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.insufferable - used of persons or their behaviorinsufferable - used of persons or their behavior; "impossible behavior"; "insufferable insolence"
intolerable, unbearable, unendurable - incapable of being put up with; "an intolerable degree of sentimentality"

insufferable

adjective unbearable, impossible, intolerable, dreadful, outrageous, unspeakable, detestable, insupportable, unendurable, past bearing, more than flesh and blood can stand, enough to test the patience of a saint, enough to try the patience of Job We all agreed he was the most insufferable bore.
appealing, attractive, charming, pleasant, disarming, bearable

insufferable

adjective
So unpleasant or painful as not to be endured or tolerated:
Translations

insufferable

[ɪnˈsʌfərəbl] ADJ [impertinence, arrogance, smugness] → insufrible, insoportable; [heat] → insoportable, inaguantable
he's insufferable!¡es insufrible!, ¡no hay quien lo aguante!

insufferable

[ɪnˈsʌfərəbəl] adjinsupportable

insufferable

adj, insufferably

insufferable

[ɪnˈsʌfrəbl] adjintollerabile
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