unendurable


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unendurable

(ˌʌnɪnˈdjʊrəbəl)
adj
not able to be undergone or tolerated; insufferable
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unendurable - incapable of being put up with; "an intolerable degree of sentimentality"
impermissible - not permitted; "impermissible behavior"

unendurable

unendurable

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

[ˈʌnɪnˈdjʊərəbl] ADJinaguantable, insoportable

unendurable

unendurable

[ˌʌnɪnˈdjʊərəbl] adj (frm) → insopportabile
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I answered that he could help me, in the first place, to put an end to the doubt--an unendurable doubt to me --whether I were lawfully married or not.
Day followed day, and still she shrank from the unendurable ordeal of confession--as she was shrinking from it now!
The widow might fascinate him by her knowledge of the world, her dash, her strength, her unconventionality--all these qualities Clara was willing to allow her--but she was convinced that she would be unendurable as a life companion.
I felt worse and worse --at last I got up, dressed, and softly going down in my stockinged feet, sought out my stepmother, and suddenly threw myself at her feet, beseeching her as a particular favor to give me a good slippering for my misbehavior; anything indeed but condemning me to lie abed such an unendurable length of time.
At every jolt he again felt unendurable pain; his feverishness increased and he grew delirious.
Billy had insisted that life was unendurable could he not look upon her semblance the last thing when he went to bed at night and the first thing when he got up in the morning.
I know nothing, in a case of this kind, so unendurable as suspense.
From the burning cellars, where they drank out of hats, pails, buckets, tubs, and shoes, some men were drawn, alive, but all alight from head to foot; who, in their unendurable anguish and suffering, making for anything that had the look of water, rolled, hissing, in this hideous lake, and splashed up liquid fire which lapped in all it met with as it ran along the surface, and neither spared the living nor the dead.
"Oh, yes," replied Erik's voice, "the heat is unendurable!"
There were shrieks and screams, some unmistakably of grief, others unmistakably of unendurable pain.
The clean vegetable smell of tobacco is unendurable to them.
The doubt involved in that last question was unendurable. Agnes determined to rouse the servants who kept watch in the hotel at night.