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MikeNewYork

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Francois said:
Looks formal to me. Is it?

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That depends what one means by "formal". It is unlikely that one will hear it on the playground, but it's not really a rare word.
 

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I wouldn't say "insufferable" is formal English. It is used to speak about people one can't stand. Example:
  • He is an insufferable idiot.

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