unbearable


un·bear·able

adjective \ˌən-ˈber-ə-bəl\

: too bad, harsh, or extreme to be accepted or endured : not bearable

Full Definition of UNBEARABLE

:  not bearable :  unendurable <unbearable pain>
un·bear·ably \-blē\ adverb

Examples of UNBEARABLE

  1. We were in an almost unbearable state of excitement.
  2. <this heat is unbearable—when are we going to get air-conditioning?>

First Known Use of UNBEARABLE

15th century

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