unendurably


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unendurably

(ˌʌnɪnˈdjʊərəblɪ)
adv
in an unendurable manner
Translations
References in classic literature ?
Agatha had inserted a steely finger between her ribs, and was tickling her unendurably.
The solitude of my room forewarned me unendurably of the coming solitude in my own life.
As during the siege of Aleppo then, so it was during last week during the siege of East Ghouta, which highlighted how unendurably slow the international community's proceedings can be at conflict resolution.
The situation was not rendered less delicate by the fact that he was unhappy with his wife; and Dorothy's extraordinary power of self-abnegation must have been strained almost unendurably when she found that the woman for whom Coleridge felt most affection was Sarah Hutchinson.
The expression that any society elects not to protect reflects what it believes is unendurably vicious (or "substantially" "harmful").
In part 1, that war, as seen by Kaj, makes some sense; "Ib's war" is insane and unendurably beautiful.
He had his well-learned defences and "spoke with the unendurably slow and triple caution of a responsibility-laden politician who was being desperately careful to make no error of fact, give no needless offence to enemies.
Don't you yet notice a shimmer on bad zero, won't you walk there and be the shadow unendurably now calibrated.
In its long - unendurably long - occupation, the Israeli military has killed and maimed literally tens of thousands of Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and Gaza.
suburb where the Thai-inspired sauce is brewed, charged that its factory spewed unendurably spicy fumes and sued to close it.
Submitting to a strong authority, one loses the critical faculty and accepts what in Biting the Air Prynne calls being "the shadow unendurably now calibrated" (2005, 564).
The month's auction season in Paris and London proved a real rollercoaster ride, with bidding almost unendurably slow on the difficult uphill slopes before picking up pace and plunging fast and furious on the downhill.