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Additionally, new features such as the functionality introduced by Tinder to prevent LGBTQ identification being shown in the profile of users who may be travelling through intolerant nations are incredibly important.

For the lactose intolerant or butter haters, simply put a nickel on the scale.

He says and does many of the right things and is intolerant of bad behavior, which is great.

He reached out to the emerging vegan food movement and to an untapped market of millions of lactose-intolerant Americans.

Loeffler could also cast calls for her removal as Dream owner as a symptom of “cancel culture” intolerant of opposing views.

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And the fact that satire unnerves the intolerant is evidence of its positive power.

His policies helped engender the rise of an intolerant and severe nationalism that conflates piety with patriotism.

Companies are also intolerant of violence in the workplace because it undermines workforce stability and hampers productivity.

But he grew intolerant of clients tampering with his illustrations.

She's happy to accommodate vegetarians, vegans, and those intolerant of gluten.

His abilities the most intolerant Tories were forced grudgingly to acknowledge.

The tumult and license which usually characterise a general election were more than ordinarily rampant and intolerant.

The notion of a tyrant God can create but abject, angry, quarrelsome, intolerant slaves.

The Portuguese are superstitious, and are devout up to a certain point, and the clerics are exceedingly intolerant.

To master with more certainty her understanding, they would render her austere, intolerant, and vindictive.


On this page you'll find 63 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to intolerant, such as: biased, bigoted, dictatorial, disdainful, dogmatic, and fanatical.

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