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Antonym: intoleranceSimilar words: tolerateentranceinsuranceaccelerateranchrancorbranchveteranMeaning: ['tɑlərəns /'tɒl-] n. 1. the power or capacity of an organism to tolerate unfavorable environmental conditions 2. a disposition to allow freedom of choice and behavior 3. the act of tolerating something 4. willingness to recognize and respect the beliefs or practices of others 5. a permissible difference; allowing some freedom to move within limits. 
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1. They have a policy of zero tolerance for sexual harassment.
2. German leaders denounced the attacks and pleaded for tolerance.
3. She had no tolerance for jokes of any kind.
4. Some children have a low tolerance for boredom.
5. He has a sense of humour plus tolerance and patience.
6. The organization promotes racial tolerance and unity in diversity.
7. It has a tolerance of 0.001 of an inch.
8. He has recently urged more tolerance of sexual promiscuity.
9. Human beings have limited tolerance of noise.
10. Some people say schools need to teach tolerance of alternative lifestyles.
11. Tolerance is an essential ingredient for a happy marriage.
12. As the addict's tolerance increases, he requires ever larger doses of the drug.
13. Tolerance is one of her many strengths.
14. My tolerance of heat is considerably greater after having lived in the Far East for a couple of years.
15. Many old people have a very limited tolerance to cold.
16. They were working to a tolerance of 0.0001 of a centimetre.
17. It is true that Islam enjoins tolerance; there's no doubt about that.
18. Howard County has a zero tolerance policy on alcohol use by teenagers.
19. I have low alcohol tolerance.
20. She was showing greater tolerance towards her younger sister than before.
21. Tolerance to alcohol decreases with age.
22. There is lowered pain tolerance,[Sentence dictionary] lowered resistance to infection.
23. He watched the kids throw water around with amused tolerance.
24. This period in history is not noted for its religious tolerance.
25. The police are exercising a new policy of zero tolerance against motoring offenders.
26. Foreigners must use their power to nudge the country towards greater tolerance.
27. Some members of the party would like to see it develop a greater tolerance of/towards contrary points of view.
28. The Prime Minister said he was trying to preach peace and tolerance to his people.
29. All practices of corruption and corrupt elements shall be found out through investigation without tolerance or lenience.
30. As with any drug taken in excess, your body can build up a tolerance to it.
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