Adjective(1) incapable of being justified or explained
(1) Now, you've got a point, that you have a war ideologue, which is insupportable .(2) Such myths and misrepresentations explain, justify and resolve insupportable contradictions and problems in society.(3) The idea of selling part of the borough's heritage and permitting commercial activities where none existed before is opportunistic and insupportable .(4) The added demands brought about by the ageing population will place an insupportable burden on acute hospital services.(5) In The Brothers Karamazov, he has his Grand Inquisitor declaim: ├ö├ç├┐Nothing has ever been more insupportable for a man and a human society than freedom├ö├ç├û.(6) To be abandoned, especially when he was under attack in the British press for escaping the Blitz, was insupportable .(7) My first move has to be, obviously, an admission that he is absolutely right to say that my claim ├ö├ç├┐this did not happen├ö├ç├û is insupportable .(8) What is happening in the world that causes engaging, promising, talented young people to find life so insupportable that they can't continue without external support?(9) It should come as little surprise, then, that I found it nearly insupportable to share the lift with such a person, even for a few minutes.(10) Although two nineteenth-century authorities suggest that cheques may also be drawn on an interest-bearing account, this view is insupportable in modern law.(11) If today life without the possibility of progress seems insupportable , it is worth asking how this state of affairs has come about.(12) Amid all the election-year hosannas to the federal budget surplus, there has been almost no discussion of the trade deficit, which would quickly become an insupportable burden if foreign investors began to flee the US market.(13) And every now and then, he writes these hysterical, factually insupportable , logically inconsistent screeds against some looming threat to civil liberties in the United States.(14) Therefore, I think that within a university, people should not regard any academic speech as frightening and insupportable .(15) The arguments for restrictions on sales of ugly fruit are so ├ö├ç├┐rotten├ö├ç├û that they are logically insupportable .(16) You have to slow down to a pace that is nearly insupportable without practice, and you have to project, because the audience needs to hear every word, being unable to use the skipping techniques of the sighted reader.
(1) insupportable :: insupportable
1. intolerable ::
2. unjustifiable ::
3. unwarranted ::
1. tolerable ::
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