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unbearable

adjective enough to drive one mad, inequitable, inexcusable, insufferable, intolerable, not capable of being endured, too much, unconscionable, unendurable, unjustifiable, unwarranted
Associated concepts: unbearable loss, unbearable suffering
See also: deplorable, intolerable, loathsome, objectionable, obnoxious, odious, onerous, oppressive, painful, repulsive, unendurable
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gendered pronoun] wanders in this place [searching [waiting the condition of unbearableness is the constant state of mind for all occupants
Western democracy, the culture of argument and tolerance - in contrast to Eastern despotism and fanaticism, in contrast to Southern covetousness and irresponsibility, further in contrast to European vanity and German unbearableness - alone led to the happiness of mankind.