unsupportable

[ suh-pawr-tuh-buh l, -pohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF unsupportable
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNSUPPORTABLE

And you have said that without enthusiasms life would be unsupportable.

His eyes betrayed an unsupportable sense of loss and the spirit that repudiated it.

To think that the American republic is to be a great power is unsupportable.

He was glad—a show of affection would have been unsupportable.

The affectation of no affectation is the most unsupportable of all.

Then the prolixity and poverty of the style is unsupportable.

The red cinders fell about me, and the heat was unsupportable.

The severe whipping and torturing them, even to death, if they resist his unsupportable tyranny?

It was about two o'clock in the morning that Ethan made his way out of the pavilion, with a feeling of unsupportable weariness.

An historian of the Indies has written, that the unsupportable coldness of that day, was the occasion of it.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR UNSUPPORTABLE

gratuitous

adjectivenot necessary
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