Related formsbear·a·ble·ness, nounbear·a·bly, adverb
Examples from the Web for bearable
Just a gradual, bearable, steady impoverishment in a world where savings linked to the value of paper money languish.
When the stages of life are followed in order: birth, aging, illness, and death—they are bearable.
In retrospect, my wife—journalist, mother, yoga phenom—clearly had a somewhat extreme interpretation of bearable.
What is it, then, that makes this conflict not only possible and bearable but even pleasant?The Note-Books of Samuel Butler|Samuel Butler
It seemed as if, had he come with us, everything would have been right, or at least bearable.The Chauffeur and the Chaperon|C. N. Williamson
The want of sleep conduces to an unnatural condition of the mind, under which these awful facts are bearable to the bereaved.The Johnstown Horror|James Herbert Walker
His mother's anger was bearable, but the Colonel's very weakness was a deadly weapon.The Hero|William Somerset Maugham
The certainty would have been bearable; I had courage to face ruin.Helmet of Navarre|Bertha Runkle