[ UK /ɛndjˈɔːɹəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. capable of being borne though unpleasant
    sufferable punishment
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How To Use endurable In A Sentence

  • In the nature of things, the art was attacked by flies and maggots, and the stench is reported to have been unendurable.
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  • Such losses can seem to be unendurable because we cannot let go of what we have lost.
  • That whole ethic seems suddenly unendurable because we see that they are only in it for themselves and they don't mind who they crush on their way to dominance, whether it is an actress who has had the courage to fight for privacy or the greatest public service broadcaster in the world. Over more than three decades, no one dared question the perversion of politics by and for Rupert Murdoch | Henry Porter
  • Further, he developed an elaborate theory of both positive and negative conditioned responses, which appear in varying patterns when a dog is subjected to unendurable stress ( "trans-marginally stimulated"). The Most Interesting Blog Comment I've Ever Read, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • He devotes an almost unendurable amount of space to Bogarde's antecedents, family and childhood.
  • What might have been an endurable serial killer flick is deep-sixed by superfluous scenes and atrocious writing.
  • Would a real rustical history of hobnails and eighteenpence a day be endurable? The Virginians
  • The smallest courtesies along the rough roads of life are like the little birds that sing to us all winter long, and make that season of ice and snow more endurable.
  • The smallest courtesies along the rough roads of life are like the little birds that sing to us all winter long, and make that season of ice and snow more endurable.
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