Definition of unendurable in English:


Line breaks: un|en¦dur¦able
Pronunciation: /ʌnɪnˈdjʊərəb(ə)l
, ɛn-, -ˈdʒ-, -ɔː/


Not able to be tolerated or endured: cries of unendurable suffering
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  • Let his suffering be remembered as an example to us all on how to endure personal struggles we may think to be unendurable.
  • Let's also retire the standard politician's lament that we are placing an unendurable debt burden ‘on our children and our children's children.’
  • And it represented the sense among so many military families that their sacrifices - even the unendurable loss of a beloved family member - were not and are not in vain.
intolerable, unbearable, unacceptable, insufferable, insupportable, not to be borne, more than flesh and blood can stand; oppressive, overwhelming, overpowering, impossible
informal too much



More example sentences
  • She tried frantically and futilely to bite it, tormented unendurably, because it hadn't bothered to kill him first.

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