Definition of put-up-able-with in English:

put-up-able-with

(also put-uppable-with)

adjective

  • That may be put up with; tolerable.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in Maria Edgeworth (1768–1849), novelist and educationist. From put + up + -able + with, after to put up with.

Pronunciation

put-up-able-with

/pʊtˈʌpəblˌwɪð/