WordReference English Collocations © 2020
unbearableⓘMost examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
- an unbearable [child, boy, girl, man, woman, person, individual]
- had an unbearable [morning, day, time, period]
- unbearable [backache, stomach pain]
- an unbearable pain in my [leg, arm, stomach]
- the unbearable stress of [moving home, visiting the dentist]
- the unbearable truth [about, behind, of]
- the unbearable reality (of)
- this [heat, weather, sun] is unbearable!
- this [heat] is [getting, becoming] unbearable
- am finding it unbearable
- is unbearable to [watch, see, listen to, read]
- she is unbearable to [watch]
- it is unbearable to [think that, imagine]
- the [pain, thought] is just unbearable
- that's an unbearable thought!
- that's the most unbearable part!
- am having an unbearable [day] at [school, work, the office]
- [writhing in, seething with] with unbearable [pain, agony]
- be under unbearable [strain, pressure] (to)
- [work, play, operate] under unbearable conditions
- are [in, facing] an unbearable situation
'unbearable' also found in these entries (note: many are not synonyms or translations):