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adjective as in borne

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adjective as in permitted

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At best you might be tolerated and ignored, often compartmentalized as “geeks” or “freaks”; and at worst you are openly ridiculed.

It also tolerated an uncontrolled traffic of men and weapons across the long border.

New York has always been an exceptional place, and it has always tolerated difference.

Racism is not to be tolerated in our society under any circumstances.

Of course people need to protect children above all else, and neglect and abuse should not be tolerated.

Such an alliance was not to be tolerated for a moment, in connection with the last scion of his name and race.

Most men in England agreed that such pleasant customs had been tolerated long enough.

She tolerated, indeed she sometimes even smiled at the gallant captain's pleasantries, when they were of a harmless sort.

Freedom of Religion, as well as of politics, being tolerated in all of these places.

A suspicion that she would not be tolerated much longer in Lady Hartledon's house was upon her, and she knew not where to go.


On this page you'll find 102 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tolerated, such as: allowed, justifiable, permissible, pertinent, relevant, and acceptable.

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