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adjective as in endurable

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I uploaded the most bearable photo, and within milliseconds Qoves returned a report card of the 10 “predicted flaws” on my face.

Why a basic ice scraper with brass blade still winsYes, there are tons of windshield ice scrapers with extra features to make a frustrating chore a bit more bearable, but sometimes there’s just no reason to mess with a winning formula.

He said thinking about Khashoggi is one of the few things that makes the pain bearable.

Lastly I asked about whether any conveniences of modern consumer tech had made it more bearable to spend long periods of time in space, for instance the fairly recent capability to do video calls.

For this act to succeed, Congress must pass urgent fiscal stimulus support to give citizens the food, income, and employment security needed to make these measures bearable and compliance possible.

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Anja always comes through, and she makes the awful somehow bearable.

What makes the pain bearable is a memory of Robin, at lunch, when she suddenly smashes a lemon meringue pie into her own face.

Just a gradual, bearable, steady impoverishment in a world where savings linked to the value of paper money languish.

When the stages of life are followed in order: birth, aging, illness, and death—they are bearable.

And then write articles arguing that other people should sit bolt upright for hours on end in order to make this choice bearable.

To render this state of things bearable, the inhabitants use, besides the punkas in the rooms, wicker-work made of bamboo.

The harsh clamor and the dirty disagreeable work were bearable before, but it would not be the same with Robert away.

“We all think the toothache would be so much more bearable, if it were only in the other tooth,” said the Professor.

The sky was cloudy all day, and the temperature was therefore more bearable, but the weather was very threatening.

The cool morning air made it bearable for man and beast to trek.


On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bearable, such as: livable, manageable, passable, satisfactory, tolerable, and acceptable.

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