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  • as injustly
  • as inkindly
  • as inmildly
  • as inmoderately
  • as inpatiently
  • as inreasonably

synonyms for tolerantly

  • accurately
  • correctly
  • decently
  • duly
  • equally
  • equitably
  • honestly
  • honorably
  • impartially
  • lawfully
  • legally
  • legitimately
  • properly
  • reasonably
  • rightfully
  • rightly
  • befittingly
  • beneficently
  • benevolently
  • benignly
  • candidly
  • charitably
  • decorously
  • duteously
  • dutifully
  • evenhandedly
  • fitly
  • fittingly
  • frankly
  • helpfully
  • moderately
  • nicely
  • piously
  • respectably
  • righteously
  • straightforwardly
  • temperately
  • unreservedly
  • uprightly
  • virtuously
  • well
  • a little
  • fairly
  • quite
  • rather
  • reasonably
  • slightly
  • somewhat
  • passably
  • pretty
  • averagely
  • enough
  • gently
  • in moderation
  • in reason
  • kind of
  • more or less
  • more than not
  • not exactly
  • quite a bit
  • some
  • something
  • sort of
  • so-so
  • temperately
  • tolerable
  • tolerably
  • within limits
  • within reason

antonyms for tolerantly

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  • wrongly
  • unfairly
  • unjustly
  • inconsiderately
  • unkindly
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      How to use tolerantly in a sentence

      But Demorest smiled and glanced tolerantly at the younger man.
      THE THREE PARTNERSBRET HARTE
      In them he tolerantly found much merit, but always styled their author a barbarian.
      THE STONES OF PARIS IN HISTORY AND LETTERS, VOLUME I (OF 2)BENJAMIN ELLIS MARTIN
      Mrs. Vanderstein laughed tolerantly, but Barbara, her face turned to the street, made a naughty face.
      MRS. VANDERSTEIN'S JEWELSMRS. CHARLES BRYCE
      The priest threw himself back in his chair and laughed tolerantly, showing his beautiful teeth.
      THE QUALITY OF MERCYW. D. HOWELLS
      "Well, that's the odious side of the artistic nature," said Matt, smiling tolerantly.
      THE QUALITY OF MERCYW. D. HOWELLS
      The world will not listen very tolerantly to a narrative of failure unaccompanied by the halo of remoteness.
      ADVENTURES IN CRITICISMSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
      Kathleen laughed tolerantly, recognising that further argument or expostulation was vain.
      GREY TOWNGERALD BALDWIN
      She accepted her friend's ambitious projects tolerantly and without comment.
      THE ENEMIES OF WOMENVICENTE BLASCO IBEZ
      We take kindly, or at least tolerantly, to foreign creeds and customs.
      AMERICANS AND OTHERSAGNES REPPLIER
      If we are broad and tolerant and remain silent about the frailties of others we shall be tolerantly regarded by others.
      ELEMENTARY THEOSOPHYL. W. ROGERS
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      OCTOBER 26, 1985
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