[ UK /ʌnbˈe‍əɹəbli/ ]
[ US /ənˈbɛɹəbɫi/ ]
  1. to an unbearable degree
    it was unbearably hot in the room
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How To Use unbearably In A Sentence

  • She found it unbearably painful to speak.
  • She began to bawl unbearably and leaned into Malachi's chest, clutching his sweatshirt tightly.
  • Unfortunately, the wine was almost unbearably sickly sweet, without any tartness or depth, and about as refreshing as a jug of syrup.
  • What they say can be both extraordinarily lucid and almost unbearably moving.
  • Or people munching apples, rustling crisps or having unbearably boring conversations. The Sun
  • She found it unbearably painful to speak.
  • It's becoming unbearably frustrating, the way the lot of you fellate each other with asininity while legitimate novelty and talent goes completely unrecognized. This website sucks.
  • It sounds unbearably twee; it isn't. Times, Sunday Times
  • Don't, however, use Greek - or Turkish-made halloumi which is made from cow's milk only; it's unbearably salty and rubbery in texture, and provides little in the way of flavor. The Traveler's Lunchbox
  • Interlaid with unbearably long pauses, this turned out to be three rounds: a talent show, a swimwear round, and a formalwear round with interviews. Sullen Months, Möbius Strips
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