Definition of insufferableness in English:



See insufferable

  • ‘The insufferableness is handled quite competently by the other young performers, whose spoiled, snot-nosed characters give the necessary sting to Dahl's cautionary narrative about the dangers of lazy, indulgent parenting.’
  • ‘Pop music has no purer form of insufferableness than the I-love-my-child motif.’
  • ‘And then there was this matter of Jane's illness and the insufferableness of her mother's hints and schemes.’