If you describe something as unbearable, you mean that it is so unpleasant, painful, or upsetting that you feel unable to accept it or deal with it. adj
War has made life almost unbearable for the civilians remaining in the capital..., I was in terrible, unbearable pain.
unbearably adv usu ADV adj/-ed
By the evening it had become unbearably hot.
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