Definition of unbearableness in English:

unbearableness

noun

  • See unbearable

    • ‘A lone violin could be heard, reaching the point of emotional unbearableness with mournful vibratoes and sorrowful strokes.’
    • ‘And then what justifies death is the unbearableness of the pain rather than the painfulness.’
    • ‘For sheer unbearableness, though, the prize may go to the sabotaging of Ben's poker night with the guys.’
    • ‘The general unbearableness of one-leggedness combined with sock uncertainty soon warped Wilf's feeble mind.’
    • ‘We are short of words but the feeling of unbearableness stays with us for long.’

Pronunciation

unbearableness

/ʌnˈbɛːrəb(ə)lnəs/