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tolerating

adjective as in condoning

Weak matches

adjective as in permitting

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Example Sentences

One objection to socially tolerating opposition to gay marriage comes up again and again.

The activists of Telangana claim to love India, but have shown themselves incapable of tolerating Indians.

“We get used to outrageous Russian behavior and we come to accept that as normal and we end up tolerating it,” Wilson said.

For example, Stephens is very opposed to the state tolerating lots of little heterodox churches.

We are tired of tolerating you for 12 years and for just as long more.

He writhed under Lady Charlotte's tolerating scorn of "the young woman."

And I for one, refuse to call such a brutalized system, or the nation tolerating it, civilized.

On his farm the Boer is chief and supreme after the patriarchal fashion—no thought of tolerating an equal or a rival in authority.

The last refuge of intolerance is in not tolerating the intolerant; and I am often in danger of secreting that sort of venom.

However, if you want to know its remaining particulars, you will have to brace yourself up to tolerating an intermittent style.

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On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tolerating, such as: indulgent, and lenient.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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