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Similar words: toleratetoleranttolerablytolerancetolerableintolerantintoleranceoperationMeaning: [‚tɑlə'reɪʃn /-‚tɒl-]  n. 1. a disposition to tolerate or accept people or situations 2. official recognition of the right of individuals to hold dissenting opinions (especially in religion). 
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1. Religious minorities were allowed a wide measure of toleration.
2. He preached toleration for all religions.
3. He encouraged moderation and toleration on religious issues.
4. Toleration, moreover , is something which is won , not granted.
5. And she added something po-faced about toleration and talent.
6. Britain could carry the torch of freedom, truth, toleration and peace.
7. These determined sects emerged in the time of toleration as the early centres of Dissent.
8. Toleration is the greatest gift of the mind; it requires the same effort of the brain that it takes to balance oneself on a bicycle. Helen Keller 
9. Two working conclusions follow from this, namely, toleration and the qualification of majority rule.
10. Hard work keeps away poverty. Toleration keeps away violence.
11. He stood foursquare for religious liberty and toleration.
12. Complete religious toleration exists in this country.
13. To conclusion, only thing we can do is toleration.
14. The overweighted people's toleration is bad in summer.
15. Toleration of dishonest officials encourages corruption.
16. I think I could learn toleration and calmness afterwards.
17. Toleration is not a virtue any more beyond a certain limitation.
18. Under girlfriend's toleration, Wang arrives at the Hangzhou critical junction station to report.
19. It lacked that toleration and regard without which the home is nothing.
20. King Darius I is noteworthy for his administrative reforms, military conquests, and religious toleration.
21. These were avoided, as the homeless mentally ill tend to have a low toleration for lengthy interviews.
21. Wish you can benefit from and make progress everyday!
22. They had not gone overseas out of a belief in religious toleration.
23. However, instead of being welcomed warmly, Laura is greeted with chilly toleration and ill-concealed resentment.
24. Because of this and because the colony was committed to religious toleration for everybody, it attracted a great many immigrants.
25. There were even attempts by Anglican groups to prevent the Dissenters from enjoying the toleration they were offered after 1687.
26. What was achieved in 1689 was certainly not what Anglicans such as Nottingham wanted, toleration without comprehension.
27. A first step toward secularization was the separation from the Church of Rome and the beginnings of toleration of religious diversity.
28. There were controversies about various forms of Church Government and many sects flourished at this time of religious toleration.
29. This construct provides a reference for design of intrusion toleration system.
30. Locke ended up writing several well-read and enormously controversial essays in favor of religious toleration.
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