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bearable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbearablebear‧a‧ble /ˈbeərəbəl $ ˈber-/ adjective  DEAL WITHsomething that is bearable is difficult or unpleasant, but you can deal with it opp unbearable His friendship was the one thing that made life bearable.bearably adverb
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bearableHis leg hasn't quite healed yet, but pain-killers make it bearable.The humidity was lower, making the high temperatures more bearable.If only she'd been able to ask him why, perhaps it would have been more bearable.Not exactly funny, I think, but predictable and almost bearable.The temperature was more than bearable, and in fact in his leather jacket he was far too warm.It would be better, it might even be bearable, if only he knew what had become of James.Even Emma Thompson was bearable in it.It was relatively bearable out for July.Rain opened the doors to the garden and fetched cushions so that it was bearable to sit on the scorched chairs.The only things that made her life bearable were the occasional visits from her grandchildren.
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