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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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At times, it's almost unbearably tense, and some of the credit for that has to go to Oscar-winner Javier Bardem who manages to be downright terrifying despite a ridiculous haircut.
Meanwhile, the unbearably cute black and white dog becomes a part of the family.
On the other hand people brought out their warm clothes and can be seen wearing them at dawn and dusk as the weather at that time becomes unbearably cold.
Prison Break Sky1, 10pm One of America's most gripping drama series returns to our screens after a hiatus that will have seemed unbearably long to avid fans of the show.
un*bear*ably \-bl[macron over e]\ adverb <an unbearably long story>
It is common sense that people who are terminally ill, mentally competent and suffering unbearably should be allowed the option of medically assisted dying.
THE CLIMATE WAS UNBEARABLY HARSH IN DOPE CITY EVERY SINGLE CITIZEN A MEMBER OF A ROCK'N'ROLL BAND NOTHING TO EAT EXCEPT DRUGS.
M III, a Hoth-like world of snow, ice and unbearably freezing temperatures.
pronounced "ees"), which covers a mere five tracks in just under an hour, may strike impatient listeners as unbearably pretentious.
Too often, the '70s conjure up seedy rooms that are either too Superfly or unbearably suburban with shag carpeting and faux wood finishes.
When I tossed a load of wet towels into our clothes dryer and pushed the start button, the dryer made an unbearably shrill squealing noise.
The suspense mounts unbearably as the team races to determine his identity and stop him.