Definition of intolerably in English:

intolerably

adverb

See intolerable

  • ‘I usually keep it civil in here, but some idiocy is just so intolerably idiotic, that its author needs to be verbally slapped around.’
  • ‘Life was intolerably dull and stupid, and its taste was bad in his mouth.’
  • ‘Including the map of his missile locations on his TV broadcast was intolerably stupid, as was building and then blowing up a fake city.’
  • ‘The other clubs regard individual ownership as unthinkable, the step that would create an intolerably polarised situation in Scottish football.’
  • ‘Here is where some utterly irresponsible opposition criticism becomes intolerably divisive.’

Pronunciation

intolerably

/ɪnˈtɒl(ə)rəbli/