Definition of insufferably in English:


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‘My insufferably rich and terribly nice friend Leo has this habit of taking social misfits under his wing.’
  • ‘If it was a London event it would be insufferably trendy.’
  • ‘That sounds insufferably sarcastic, I'm sure.’
  • ‘This insufferably ignorant letter is proud to be printed in a newspaper which clearly does not respect the beliefs of all SFU students.’
  • ‘Many scribes find the senator insufferably and hopelessly pompous, not to mention grating to be around.’



/inˈsəf(ə)rəblē/ /ɪnˈsəf(ə)rəbli/