Endurable

Antonyms of ENDURABLE

Examples of usage:

  1. But one thing had helped to make her trying illness endurable. "Marjorie Dean, High School Junior" by Pauline Lester
  2. Life was endurable, absorbed by the innumerable duties of the factory, and so fatiguing that, when night came, Risler fell on his bed like a lifeless mass. "Fromont and Risler, Complete" by Alphonse Daudet Last Updated: March 3, 2009
  3. A lady sitting down upon a bundle of shawls had to rise because the wraps began to scorch; our faces seemed on fire from the reflection of the heat below; the guide's tin water- canteen, lying near my feet, became presently so hot that it burned my fingers when I took it up; and at intervals there came up from behind us a draught of air so hot, and so laden with sulphur that, even with the strong wind carrying it rapidly away, it was scarcely endurable. "Northern California, Oregon, and the Sandwich Islands" by Charles Nordhoff
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