/ (ˌʌnɪnˈdjʊrəbəl) /

  1. not able to be undergone or tolerated; insufferable

Words Nearby unendurable

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How to use unendurable in a sentence

  • What exists now is unworkable, untenable, and damn near unendurable.

  • But all this movie-think is precisely why I find Tarantino unendurable.

    Tarantino's Hollow Violence | Lee Siegel | August 24, 2009 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • Perhaps vanity was wounded there—that his successful rival woke contempt in her was unendurable.

    The Wave | Algernon Blackwood
  • They looked through him, as if they saw with a lucidity even more unendurable than his, what was going on in Tanqueray's soul.

    The Creators | May Sinclair
  • It was more than Rose; it was everything; it was the touch, the intimate, unendurable strain and pressure of life.

    The Creators | May Sinclair