endurably

endurable

[en-door-uh-buhl, -dyoor-]
adjective
capable of being endured; bearable; tolerable.

Origin:
1600–10; endure + -able

endurability, endurableness, noun
endurably, adverb
nonendurable, adjective
unendurability, adjective
unendurable, adjective
unendurableness, noun
unendurably, adverb
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endure (ɪnˈdjʊə)
 
vb
1.  to undergo (hardship, strain, privation, etc) without yielding; bear
2.  (tr) to permit or tolerate
3.  (intr) to last or continue to exist
 
[C14: from Old French endurer, from Latin indūrāre to harden, from dūrus hard]
 
en'durable
 
adj
 
endura'bility
 
n
 
en'durableness
 
n
 
en'durably
 
adv

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endurable
c.1600, able to endure, from endure + -able. Meaning able to be endured is from c.1800.
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