insufferable

[ in-suhf-er-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF insufferable
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Yes, it is insufferable cool, that's sartin; but it's time to expect it.

A look of anger and insufferable contempt was all Trover's reply.

You have been accustomed to talk to your village servants in a way that is insufferable.

It was remarkable, how this insufferable creature could make me understand everything.

Of course she will, and they'll be precisely a part of the insufferable side of her life.

"I call him an insufferable ass," Ralph said, on this particular evening.

"Yes, dear; I find you insufferable," remarked Aunt Barbara parenthetically.

Dare I ask your highness to forgive my cousin's insufferable vulgarity?

He will be odious, insufferable for all the world besides, except for me; and for me he will be heaven.'

Loneliness, insufferable loneliness seemed to get a hold of her.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., from in- (1) "not, opposite of" + sufferable (see suffer). Related: Insufferably.

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