- insufferable ► ADJECTIVE 1) too extreme to bear; intolerable. 2) unbearably arrogant or conceited.DERIVATIVES insufferableness noun insufferably adverb.ORIGIN from Latin sufferre 'suffer' .
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Insufferably — In*suf fer*a*bly, adv. In a manner or to a degree beyond endurance; intolerably; as, a blaze insufferably bright; a person insufferably proud. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
insufferably — adv. Insufferably is used with these adjectives: ↑smug … Collocations dictionary
insufferably — adverb see insufferable … New Collegiate Dictionary
insufferably — See insufferable. * * * … Universalium
insufferably — adverb In an insufferable manner … Wiktionary
insufferably — adv. unendurably, intolerably, unbearably … English contemporary dictionary
insufferably — in·sufferably … English syllables
insufferably — See: insufferable … English dictionary
insufferably — adv unbearably, intolerably, outrageously, shockingly, impossibly, repugnantly … Useful english dictionary
insufferable — [[t]ɪnsʌ̱frəb(ə)l[/t]] ADJ (emphasis) If you say that someone or something is insufferable, you are emphasizing that they are very unpleasant or annoying. [FORMAL] Everyone agreed that he was a most insufferable bore. Syn: unbearable Derived… … English dictionary