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insufferableness

Definitions

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  • noun The state of being insufferable.

Etymologies

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insufferable +‎ -ness

Examples

  • His expression of fatigue, indicating her insufferableness, had not abated; neither had her air of being a duchess looking at bugs.

    Gentle Julia

  • It meant this: He is staying here to study the character of Major Frank; well now, he shall see it in all its rudeness and insufferableness, and we shall see how long he will stay in spite of me.

    Majoor Frans. English

  • Among other things, voters will assume that a PNM victory in those circumstances would mean a sharp and irreversible rise, to the point of insufferableness, in the very arrogance and lack of sensitivity they now find so objectionable.

    TrinidadExpress Today's News

  • This is good, because if CMS wasn't filled to the brim with insufferableness then we wouldn't get any kind of satisfaction from beating them.

    Front Page, The Student Life (RSS)

  • Which is to say, my disgust with cell phone ubiquity (and the insufferableness of its users) is reaching critical mass.

    Memphis Flyer

  • Which is to say, my disgust with cell phone ubiquity (and the insufferableness of its users) is reaching critical mass.

    Memphis Flyer

  • This is good, because if CMS wasn't filled to the brim with insufferableness then we wouldn't get any kind of satisfaction from beating them.

    The Student Life (RSS)

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