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so unpleasant or painful as not to be endured or tolerated

Synonyms for unbearable

incapable of being put up with

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Worried Kerry visited her GP twice, and a walk-in centre, to get to the bottom of why her skin became unbearably sore.
Kerry Louttit said her cheeks started to "bubble" days after applying the [pounds sterling]3.99 Collection Speedy highlighter and her skin became red and unbearably sore.
Sonic techniques like an unbearably loud noise, coupled with activation of fears of such techniques create horrors.
It's based on the 1962 novel of the same name by Madeleine L'Engle which is huge in the US but little known over here, and it's been turned into an unbearably mawkish plod through CGI-created alien worlds with precious little sense of humour, wonder or love of adventure.
The pre-Belgium Radisson in Kaliningrad is dubbed "unbearably hot" and is opposite a strip club.
ASUU President, Professor Abiodun Ogunyemi, told Nigerian Tribune, on Saturday that it would be uncanny for the government to contemplate hiking the fuel price when Nigerians are suffering unbearably.
Here and Gone is almost unbearably tense at times but you won't be able to stop turning the pages until you reach the end.
It can be similar to sleigh bells or heavy traffic - can be unbearably loud when ill, or stressed.
DUBAI (TAP) - Countries across the Middle East and North Africa could become so unbearably hot that sooner or later many residents will have to leave the region, scientists have warned.
Her essay is raw and stark and unbearably human, and certainly worth a read.
The third outing from Pixar featuring Woody and the gang is arguably the best of the lot, with ingenious action, wry humour and an unbearably emotional finale.
By 1918, just four years after opening, the ROM had become "unbearably crowded," according to historian Lovat Dickson.
The first was an injury to my knee which swelled and became unbearably painful during the night.
There was unbearably sad news from New York last week, where actor Philip Seymour Hoffman died aged just 46, following a suspected heroin overdose.