Examples of bearable in a Sentence
He's in a great deal of pain, but the medication makes it bearable.
the pain from a sprained ankle is annoying but bearable
Recent Examples of bearable from the Web
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Here are all the new places that helped make 2017 bearable for me.
Is there a way of doing things or changing my perspective to make this more bearable?
As traffic levels are projected to increase during the upcoming holiday travel season, parents indicated that in-vehicle technologies can improve the family road trip experience by making gridlock more bearable.
Clearly for people with debilitating pain, these medications keep life bearable.
Nancy got back together with Steve for some inexplicable reason; this is made partially bearable by the fact that both of them are being nice to Jonathan.
Ryan Polk, 36, was also at the supply stop with his fiancée, Mandy Rye, 35, serving up free plates of rice, beef and pork tacos, and pinto beans with sausage and deer meat to make the drivers’ wait more bearable.
The only thing making the conditions slightly bearable was the chance for at least one more match, a spot in the regional championship, one of just eight Division I teams left in the state.
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First Known Use of bearable
Synonymsendurable, sufferable, supportable, sustainable, tolerable
Antonymsinsufferable, insupportable, intolerable, unbearable, unendurable, unsupportable
Related Wordslivable (also liveable), survivable; acceptable, adequate, admissible, allowable, permissible, reasonable, satisfactory
Near Antonymsagonizing, appalling, awful, bad, cruel, dire, dreadful, excruciating, frightful, ghastly, grisly, gruesome (also grewsome), harrowing, harsh, hideous, horrendous, horrible, horrid, horrifying, lurid, macabre, monstrous, nasty, nightmarish, painful, rotten, shocking, terrible, tormenting, torturous, unfortunate, vicious, vile, wretched; unacceptable; acute, extreme, intense, piercing; abhorrent, deplorable, disgusting, distasteful, loathsome, nauseating, obnoxious, offensive, repugnant, repulsive, revolting, sickening; abominable, evil, foul, heinous, noxious, odious, unspeakable
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