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
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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.
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.
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.
The long, long wait for Game of Thrones Season Eight seems entirely more bearable knowing that the franchise will be going on for the rest of our mortal lives—and well beyond.
Where in Powermonger the personality of its world and little computer people made the game's many flaws bearable, here the little touches elevated something good to great—at least until the unfulfilling and tedious late-game.
Parry’s voice prefers clarity to beauty, which makes what might be an utterly depressing read at least bearable.
Volunteer nurses turned out in great numbers, too, helping make a scary situation more bearable.
Lawrence’s exceptionally moving performance, the one subtle thing here, is probably all that makes the film bearable.
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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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