toleration

[ tol-uh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF toleration

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TOLERATION

Wanhope waited for a thoughtful moment of censure eventuating in toleration.

And can toleration in the active-spirited be ever anything more than approximate?

Plato has not advanced quite so far as this in the path of toleration.

They babbled of toleration, as if any heresy were to be endured, if only it were believed.

Their aspirations are all on the side of toleration, harmony and peaceful progress.

We must not strain the toleration of the French authorities too much!

There is a point where toleration sinks into sheer baseness and poltroonery.

And this, my brethren, may teach us toleration and compassion for the rich.

Again the boy made a mute appeal for toleration, as he replied, “I was first.”

But that great experiment of toleration lasted less than a century.

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