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Sentence count:68+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-19Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: bigotedimpatientprejudicedunsympatheticSimilar words: intolerancetoleranttolerancetoleratetolerabletolerablyburst into laughterguarantorMeaning: [ɪn'tɑlərənt /-tɒl-]  adj. 1. unwilling to tolerate difference of opinion 2. narrow-minded about cherished opinions. 
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1 The manager is intolerant of fools.
2 A number of patients were intolerant of the diet.
3 She can be very intolerant of students who don't understand what she's talking about.
4 They are deeply intolerant of all opposition.
5 The people have grown intolerant in recent weeks of the King's autocratic ways.
6 The tone of the book is small-minded and intolerant.
7 Their position on homosexuality is intolerant and ignorant.
8 Their moral values are a bit intolerant, too.
9 She became increasingly intolerant of various foods.
10 Everything is lactose intolerant now. nineties disease.
11 Sophia was not intolerant in religious matters.
12 Are you lactose intolerant kitty, just like me?
13 This was a Britain intolerant of difference, uncomfortable with outsiders and resentful of insiders.
14 He admitted being intolerant of blacks and Jews in his youth.
15 Intolerant societies are often also among the most technologically backward.
16 Basil was intolerant of pretentiousness of any kind, whether intellectual, creative or personal.
17 But close examination showed that species intolerant of acid conditions or high nitrogen levels were not reappearing.
18 In 1984 her son was diagnosed as intolerant to four foods.
19 Generally, they are intolerant of their wives functioning in a superior position.
20 For me, that's where the cold, intolerant reductionism of Richard Dawkins and Lewis Wolpert becomes politically lethal.
21 Why is it that people who've given up smoking become so evangelical and intolerant of other smokers?
22 He felt safer in the intellect, a fact that would at times alienate those who thought him arrogant or intolerant.
23 The case is a chilling reminder of how ordinary, seemingly respectable citizens still have racist and deeply intolerant views.
24 She had been so easily pleased then, so shallow,[] so intolerant.
25 He was also a Roman Catholic, which in the intolerant atmosphere of the 1920s was a distinct disadvantage.
26 In the modern Arab states it sometimes takes the form of intolerant outbursts and rejections of the present and our leaders.
27 But critics have accused him of being autocratic and intolerant of dissent.
28 This was in keeping with his nature, for he was boastful, intolerant and greedy.
29 It had once even gone so far as to empty him on to the floor for voicing an intolerant opinion on the Jesuits.
30 The argument led to charges that the national organization is intolerant of dissent.
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