bearable[ bair-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF bearable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEARABLE
The weather was pretty calm, and the cold without breeze was bearable.
If the country about were agreeable—nay, if it were bearable!
The temperature was just bearable, but the road was toilsome from its uneven character.
If I had not a good heart, I should not be bearable any where.
I don't see how, to such a stormy creature as Emily, he could have been bearable.
To be beaten by Kathleen, and Irene, was bearable, but—Dorothy!
And I think that all things are bearable if a man will only make up his mind to bear them.
Could they be any more prevalent than they are now,—bearable only because we are calloused to them?
And June felt just then that to assist somebody was the only bearable thing.
Ripton had to learn that eyes are bearable, but eye-glasses an abomination.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BEARABLE
- all right
- better than nothing
- fair to middling
- fairly good
- not bad