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synonyms for toleration

  • altruism
  • benevolence
  • broad-mindedness
  • charitableness
  • charity
  • clemency
  • compassion
  • concession
  • endurance
  • forbearance
  • freedom
  • grace
  • humanity
  • indulgence
  • kindness
  • lenience
  • leniency
  • lenity
  • liberalism
  • liberality
  • liberalness
  • license
  • magnanimity
  • mercifulness
  • mercy
  • patience
  • permission
  • permissiveness
  • sensitivity
  • sufferance
  • sympathy
  • understanding
  • good will
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antonyms for toleration

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  • cruelty
  • denial
  • disagreement
  • harshness
  • indifference
  • intolerance
  • malevolence
  • meanness
  • mercilessness
  • prohibition
  • refusal
  • selfishness
  • unkindness
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How to use toleration in a sentence

A lawmaker shows mutual toleration when they accept the result of this election and do not try to overturn it.
JUSTICE BREYER’S NEW WARNING FOR DEMOCRATS COULDN’T HAVE COME AT A WORSE TIMEIAN MILLHISERMAY 29, 2021VOX
Citizens show mutual toleration when they peacefully accept their leader has lost without taking violent steps to restore them to power.
JUSTICE BREYER’S NEW WARNING FOR DEMOCRATS COULDN’T HAVE COME AT A WORSE TIMEIAN MILLHISERMAY 29, 2021VOX
In a 2018 interview with the Washington Post’s Matt O’Brien, Ziblatt warned that once a major political party abandons norms such as forbearance and mutual toleration, a death spiral may be inevitable.
JUSTICE BREYER’S NEW WARNING FOR DEMOCRATS COULDN’T HAVE COME AT A WORSE TIMEIAN MILLHISERMAY 29, 2021VOX
Passage of the well known toleration act of England, which so greatly relieved the dissenters.
THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
But Villegagnon now imagined himself secure in his colony, and threw off the mask of toleration.
JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE TO BRAZILMARIA GRAHAM
The early years of the reign of Diocletian were characterized for the most part by principles of religious toleration.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
Now this day's discussion was not merely one of form; but it has established toleration in all its extent.
JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE TO BRAZILMARIA GRAHAM
The attitude of the leaders toward all these differing views has become one of easy toleration.
FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER
It was bare toleration, accorded to certain favoured bodies; and there for a long time it ended.
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES J. ABBEY AND JOHN H. OVERTON
It is more remarkable that there was so much toleration in the last century, than that there was also so much intolerance.
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES J. ABBEY AND JOHN H. OVERTON
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