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Synonyms for bearable

Synonyms for bearable

capable of being tolerated

Synonyms for bearable

capable of being borne though unpleasant

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By placing a bourgeoise in crisis she is able to explore a perturbed gaze that defamiliarizes the decadent, neocolonial order of her world, while exposing the temporary breakdown, and eventual efficacy, of the mechanisms of forgetting that make possible an oblivious but bearably guilt-free existence and the defusion of the subject's potentiality as critic of the status quo and agent of change of the type seen as an "imperious necessity" by Solanas.
It was a rare case that gave the diehard advocates of the inflation-indexed wage adjustment mechanism (ATA) a bitter taste of their own medicine: salaries subject to ATA suffered a decrease (albeit a bearably noticeable one) rather than the typical increase imperceptibly enjoyed for the last 26 years.
Here, again, one witnesses a confirmation of the Lacanian/Derridean version (discussed above) of the quasi-efficacy of therapy: what matters, is not whether the traumatic event has been captured, "wie es gewesen ist", but the quasi-efficacy of the subsequent interpretations and reinterpretations--the question to what extent the event has been bearably inscribed in experience through language or discourse (Lacan 1977: 48; Derrida 2003: 87-88).
Add enough hot water to make your footbath bearably hot, and soak and wiggle for another three minutes.
In those years inflation ranged bearably between 2.
Their mocking, svelte sexiness made even this pallid romp almost bearably romplike.
Way back when, e-commerce and e-mail were bearably descriptive, but e-tailing (instead of retailing) started to push it.
One receives the impression that no rural dean who ever put pen to paper, preferably in the eighteenth century, could bearably be omitted.