She had touched the limits of the endurable; her sordid little hopes had split into fragments.
So far the situation was endurable, but it could not continue indefinitely.
They erected useful, appropriate, and endurable monuments which are still crowning ornaments to the town of Caen.
“Then we must try and make London endurable for you,” he remarked cheerfully.
Then Perry Thomas blundered in, and compared to him, old Luther and his learned brother were endurable.
Religion would be better than endurable in the company of such an embodiment of it!
For a time this position was endurable, though a deterioration in comparison with their former one.
Will eternity ever be bliss, ever be endurable to poor King Hamlet?
Of course I'm pretty now—I'm pretty still—and a pretty woman, whatever else she may be, is always—well, endurable.
And yet, were you to live at the price at which life is offered you, would your life be endurable?