Possible to be endured; tolerable or bearable: endurable pain. (adjective)
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Use "endurable" in a sentence
"Apparently what I must do to make life more endurable is to follow my principles, with the hope that enough of this feeling will rub off on my associates to being a chain reaction."
"What makes the absence endurable is the addition of Will Clark from Baltimore."
"Still in these it is often compensated by descriptions of natural scenery so life-like and so enthusiastic that even the most _blasé_ of novel readers is carried along in a state of what may be called endurable tediousness."