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- adj. Obsolete form of intolerable.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Intolerable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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Personally, the light decoration is untolerable and I think those who allow this project to be carried out is considered as a traitor and are untolerable.
She really goes out of her way to be not just unlikable but untolerable, doesn't she?
U halped make getting another year older a little bit less untolerable.
He's sensible on local issues, he's always had a good reputation for helping out and standing up for the locality, it is the social issues that make him untolerable.
I just want you to know that even if things look deplorably untolerable, it won't always be this way.
Add to that what the other poster said about a steep learning curve and the need for clean connections and that knocks Telmex out of the water ... they use rusty old fashioned twisted wires for phone connections that drop out at an untolerable rate even for phone calls!!
We regrd these aggressive behaviour as barbaric and untolerable.
Still after that being the good daughter I am I would report the Hospital to the state if the care was untolerable.
Hindu culture imbibes in its adherents deep respect for women and therefore any form of assault on women-oral, physical or mental - is against our culture and is untolerable and should be unequivocally condemned and punished.
The Portsmouth News reporting that increased 999 calls from people who think they have swine flu are putting untolerable pressure on the ambulance service.