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- adv. In an insufferable manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a manner or to a degree beyond endurance; intolerably
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an insufferable manner; to an intolerable degree: as, insufferably bright; insufferably proud.
As a result folk knew each other to a degree which some would call insufferably well, and yet they did not weary.
As it turned out, he was 'insufferably' good at studies.
And what to say about Marty giving up his immunity idol to the insufferably smug Sash on Survivor?
If you think for one second anyone could answer a question like what is Obamas foriegn policy then you are insufferably stupid.
The result is Little Lord Fauntleroy crossed with Satan, as, curls and velvet collars flying, he sets about beating up the local lads and being insufferably rude to the feudal populace.
A film about time sounds insufferably dull, but it's quite the opposite.
Other OSS officers complained that behind the outward charm he was insufferably patronizing, rigid, self-centered, and devious.
With David at sea, farm life in Berryville had become insufferably dull compared to the limelight surrounding her father-in-law.
The gum-snapping, supposedly “insufferably middle-class” Carole Middleton was still being lambasted in certain circles.
Returnd to my sick house, tired and insufferably disgusted.
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