Etymology
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sufferable (adj.)

c. 1300, "patient, long-suffering;" mid-14c., "allowed, permissible;" late 14c., "able to be endured;" from Anglo-French, Old French sofrable "tolerable, acceptable; able to bear or endure," from Medieval Latin sufferabilis; see suffer + -able. Related: Sufferably.

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Definitions of sufferable

sufferable (adj.)
capable of being borne though unpleasant;
sufferable punishment
Synonyms: bearable / endurable / supportable
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