Synonym: broad, kind, large-minded, liberal, patient of, resistant. Similar words: tolerance, tolerate, exuberant, accelerate, grant, veteran, per annum, vagrant. Meaning: ['tɑlərənt /'tɒl-] adj. 1. showing respect for the rights or opinions or practices of others 2. tolerant and forgiving under provocation 3. showing or characterized by broad-mindedness 4. able to tolerate environmental conditions or physiological stress 5. showing the capacity for endurance.
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(1) He is tolerant of those who disagree with him.
(2) It's naive to think that teachers are always tolerant.
(3) She has become a lot more tolerant and communicative.
(4) Rye is tolerant of poor, acid soils.
(5) Mares are surprisingly tolerant of the roughness and rudeness of their own offspring.
(6) They need to be tolerant of different points of view.
(7) The fundamental dilemma remains: in a tolerant society, should we tolerate intolerance?
(8) The plants are tolerant of frost.
(9) He's pretty tolerant of my faults.
(10) He's a different proposition from his father?much less tolerant.
(11) She's tolerant toward those impudent colleagues.
(12) Is she more mellow and tolerant?
(13) They learn to be tolerant of other people.
(14) He has a very tolerant attitude towards other religions.
(15) Her parents were broadminded, tolerant(sentencedict .com), and liberal.
(16) The present government is even less tolerant of dissent.
(17) They are more tolerant towards gypsies now.
(18) I'm a tolerant man but your behaviour is more than I can bear.
(19) I think men are less tolerant of stress than women.
(20) On the continent people are more tolerant of children in public places.
(21) Luckily, my parents were tolerant of my choice of music.
(22) People are prepared to be tolerant of extra-marital peccadilloes by public figures.
(23) Her parents are very tolerant, but sometimes she pushes them too far.
(24) Tolerant of human frailty in whatever form, she almost never judged people.
(25) Officers will be tolerant of peaceful demonstrations.
(26) They were also more tolerant of ambiguity and contradiction.
(27) Many of these plants are drought tolerant.
(28) You become less tolerant and frustrated.
(29) We believe that pupils of integrated schools will have more tolerant attitudes.
(30) We must struggle against this prejudice for a more tolerant attitude to our beliefs.
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