more bearable

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A scandalous divorce would have been more bearable than this withdrawal.

And now that autumn is fully come, the loss of summer is more bearable.

Well, will our nunnery be more bearable now than before I left it?

As for me, if I am away from you, the more solitary I am, the more bearable my lot.

At all events, his grief is more bearable than it has been for long days past.

At all events his grief is more bearable than it has been for long days past.

All my life is ruined, but you and Tardif made it more bearable.

Dearest, will the world be more bearable to you when I am out of it?

His own poverty would have been more bearable had it not been for his neighbour's ease and security.

I suppose no human being was ever devoted to another more entirely than she; and that makes the change not less but more bearable.