- Able to be endured; bearable: my journey was long but endurableMore example sentences
- The smell in the wards was so offensive as to be scarcely endurable even by the oldest medical officers’.
- What they don't understand is that rapid, steady and endurable economic growth needs to be sustained by an open and transparent democratic political system.
- You will even be able to buy an air-conditioner to make the summer heat more endurable.
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- These are developed in accordance to the International quality standards to ensure high endurability, strength and longer life.
- It's not just a positive attitude that separates the successful from the frustrated-- it's the magic quality of endurability.
- As far as I can tell, the decisive factor is what I call endurability: that is, the ability to deal effectively with uncertainty, rejection, and disappointment.