Adjective(1) incapable of being tolerated or endured
(1) Both players found the heat unbearable but nevertheless played to the bitter end.(2) She never thought she would be able to come to terms with the unbearable grief.(3) In the pictures his pride and pleasure are almost unbearable to look at.(4) He was fine whenever the boys were around, but the silence when he left them at school became almost unbearable .(5) When the temperatures do rise and tights become unbearable , try the airier option of hold-ups.(6) Fortunately the family cats are pretty robust but many pets find these bombardments unbearable .(7) The roar of the crowd reaches a crescendo and the afternoon heat gets unbearable .(8) I was only a kid but I remember the tension being unbearable in the replay.(9) that unbearable music again!(10) My countrymen, in such a situation, a wrong decision can lead to unbearable losses.(11) the match is of unbearable importance(12) I will never forget how unbearable the not-knowing and fearing the worst felt.(13) I clearly recall that in spite of walking boots and thick socks, the pain in my feet from the cold was unbearable .(14) With the heat rising from the kitchen into her room it must have been unbearable in the height of summer.(15) It was an unbearable scene to see truckloads of human bodies being carried out.(16) Then, a flight of 24 hours, arduous at the best of times, becomes an unbearable ordeal.
(1) it's unbearable :: mae'n annioddefol
1. intolerable ::
2. insufferable ::
3. insupportable ::
4. unendurable ::
5. unacceptable ::
6. unmanageable ::
na ellir eu rheoli
8. too much ::
1. tolerable ::
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