unendurable

[ en-doo r-uh-buh l, -dyoo r- ]SEE DEFINITION OF unendurable
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The thought that Rima had perished, that she was lost, was unendurable.

On his first trips, the loneliness had been terrible, unendurable.

But stark fear and the memory of unendurable pain drove him on.

Life will be unendurable with an Irish Parliament returned by priests.

"Oh, I'm—it's unendurable in there," spoke the voice of the hostess.

To be kept in the dark, and by his own wife, was the one thing that was unendurable.

Forgiveness must be preceded by knowledge, and the thought of that was unendurable.

The situation became so unendurable that the thought of suicide began to occur to her.

After waiting seven years, a delay of ten minutes was unendurable.

Their position may arouse discontent, but that of the workers is unendurable.

WORD ORIGIN

1620s, from un- (1) "not" + endurable. Related: Unendurably.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR UNENDURABLE

excruciating

adjectivetorturous, painful
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