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?
Recent Examples of unbearable from the Web
The furore was unbearable and became a factor in the band's decision to stop touring.
Downwind from the nearby Yadrovo landfill site, the noxious blend of sulphur, rot and methane becomes unbearable.
Then, as Krasinski does something as small as show a glass lantern on the edge of a table, the stress is nearly unbearable.
At Starbucks Florence, one of Kramer's co-workers said the tragic passing has been unbearable.
The heat from the fire was so intense that spectators more than a mile away described it as unbearable.
Making the anticipation even more unbearable, Urban Decay is about to launch the ultimate summer eye shadow palette.
Sure the same person might have picked OSU to finish 11th in the Big Ten, and also essentially wrote that this season was going to be some kind of long unbearable slog back in December.
The film contains many moments of canine uber-cuteness that although not unbearable, are definitely a bit much.
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First Known Use of unbearable
UNBEARABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unbearable for English Language Learners
: too bad, harsh, or extreme to be accepted or endured : not bearable
UNBEARABLE Defined for Kids
Definition of unbearable for Students
- There was a long, unbearable silence.
- —Blue Balliett, Chasing Vermeer
- an unbearably long story
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