Unbearable [adjective]

Definition of Unbearable:

very bad; too much

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Sentence/Example of Unbearable:

Maybe the thought that the dead are lost to us was too unbearable.

But things are unbearable just until we have them to bear; their possibility comes with them.

Her little curls were flying; and oh, most unbearable of all!

I spoke of this to our old family friend, Meydieu, who was so unbearable.

There was a time in my imprisonment, when my desire for vengeance was unbearable.

He got drunk every day, and when in his cups he was unbearable.

On the other hand, he was subject to unbearable pains in various parts of the body.

This was so unbearable that he at once made a rush at the door.

But Micheals' mind was in mythology now, retreating from the unbearable present.

The cost of sustenance is unbearable and he makes no money at all.