insufferable

[in-suhf-er-uh-buhl]
adjective
not to be endured; intolerable; unbearable: their insufferable insolence.

Origin:
1525–35; in-3 + sufferable

insufferableness, noun
insufferably, adverb
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insufferable (ɪnˈsʌfərəbəl)
 
adj
intolerable; unendurable
 
in'sufferableness
 
n
 
in'sufferably
 
adv

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insufferable
1533, from in- "not" + sufferable (see suffer).
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Example sentences
Canadians suffer from acute and insufferable political correctness.
Despite these insufferable conditions, prisoners on both sides coped as best
  they could.
What prevents him from becoming an insufferable goody-two-shoes is his brash
  side-of-the-mouth cheekiness.
The more he orates, the more he tightens his own noose, and the more the
  tenured professors will find him insufferable.
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