unendurable

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[ UK /ˌʌnɛndjˈɔːɹəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. incapable of being tolerated or endured
    an intolerable degree of sentimentality
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How To Use unendurable In A Sentence

  • 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
  • That's right, Burns, take off my last summer coat," he added, still in a whisper to me as the Burns parent struggled out of the unendurable gift garment and thus gave a signal that whipped off every coat on the left side of the walk in the twinkling of an eye, to the evident distress of the tightly girted and uncomfortable but more formal feminine members of the Settlement contingent. The Heart's Kingdom
  • There is nothing new about England's social, economic and cultural decay, but the spectacle has of late become so unedifying as to be almost unendurable.
  • Only sensation survived: being deafened by the rooster, yet finding silence unendurable.
  • But "perlite" or not, there can be no question of the astounding stupidity of the West Indian rank and file, a stupidity amusing if you are in an amusable mood, unendurable if you neglect to pack your patience among your bag of supplies in the morning. Zone Policeman 88; a close range study of the Panama canal and its workers
  • We went skimming along a quarter of a mile behind them, and when we had followed them an hour and a half and was getting pretty discouraged, and was thirsty clean to unendurableness, Tom says: Tom Sawyer Abroad
  • In Japan, retirement has become a risky business for many wives, who are finding the stress of their husband's presence at home unendurable.
  • Let's also retire the standard politician's lament that we are placing an unendurable debt burden ‘on our children and our children's children.’
  • But "perlite" or not, there can be no question of the astounding stupidity of the West Indian rank and file, a stupidity amusing if you are in an amusable mood, unendurable if you neglect to pack your patience among your bag of supplies in the morning. Zone Policeman 88; a close range study of the Panama canal and its workers
  • I told him that if he felt that life had become unendurable I could not, as his friend, ask him to go on enduring it.
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