tolerant

[ tol-er-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF tolerant

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TOLERANT

Not being a knowledge of the whole truth it should be humble, tolerant, and eager to expand.

It was nothing to her that the kindness took the form of tolerant patronage; she was used to that.

The place was well known to tolerant and intellectual society.

His large, tolerant intelligence was often as unorderly as his papers and accounts.

"People should at least study appearances," the most tolerant women would say.

He is sincere, and he is unassuming, a good friend, and a tolerant enemy.

What I see is that in dealing with reality Mrs Fyne ceases to be tolerant.

What I see is that in dealing with reality Mrs. Fyne ceases to be tolerant.

"You are always making a fuss," remarked Mr. Jones, in a tolerant tone.

They were tolerant from the first of the religions of other peoples.

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