Examples of unbearable in a Sentence
We were in an almost unbearable state of excitement.
this heat is unbearable—when are we going to get air-conditioning?
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READ MORE: The Unbearable Lightness of Confederate-Statue Removal Mothball the Confederate Monuments A Plea for Preserving Historical Monuments — John Fund is NRO’s national-affairs correspondent.
There were food trucks, snow cone breaks, family board games to play and, when the heat started getting unbearable, running around under the mist from a firetruck which was spraying its hoses in the air.
However, stopping either one abruptly may result in unbearable itching (Drug Safety — Case Reports, December 2016).
Plenty of alarm clocks have tackled the problem of deep sleepers by emitting unbearable noises, moving around the room or other techniques.
Martin Shkreli, the 34-year-old pharmaceutical CEO notorious for hiking up the price on a lifesaving HIV drug and for being generally unbearable, has been convicted of fraud.
The unbearable, inevitable relegation battle Liga MX’s relegation system relies on a points-per-match-played ratio based on the last three seasons (or six tournaments) so the focus on who will drop is complex.
Peterson aims and builds the tension to levels unbearable for those of us with no idea how loud this shot is going to be.
The heat in Indy in July often borders on unbearable for drivers, crew members and fans.
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First Known Use of unbearable
Synonymsinsufferable, insupportable, intolerable, unendurable, unsupportable
Antonymsendurable, sufferable, supportable, sustainable, tolerable
Related Wordsunacceptable; crushing, overwhelming; comfortless, hard, harsh, painful, uncomfortable; appalling, dreadful, excruciating, gruesome (also grewsome), harrowing, horrendous, horrible, horrid, horrifying, nightmarish, shocking, terrible, tormenting, torturous, vile, wretched; acute, extreme, intense, piercing; disgusting, distasteful, loathsome, nauseating, obnoxious, offensive, repugnant, repulsive, revolting, sickening; heinous, noxious, odious, unspeakable
Near Antonymslivable (also liveable); acceptable; adequate, admissible, allowable, reasonable, satisfactory
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