- Antonyms of TOLERATE:
- abandon, forfeit, migrate, reject, avoid, forfend, move, resist, depart, journey, proceed, shun, forbid, prohibit, curb, deter, discourage, frustrate, hold back, impede, inhibit, interfere, bar, block, constrain, prevent, decline, dismiss, refuse, repudiate, spurn, turn down, combat, contest, fight, oppose, bypass, circumvent, dodge, elude, escape, evade, miss, abstain, forbear, refrain.
- Misspellings for TOLERATE:
- toleraed, flowrate, tolterate, tollerated, ttolerated, tollerate, tollorate, toleratd, dealerrater, tollerent, tollerating, illierate, tolarating, illirate, tolarated, tolorating, tollarate, detiorate, olready, tolerent, teleporter, tellthat, toletaed, tolarate, toloreated, tolate, tolrataig, tolocate, tolerante, toleraing, toolate, tolderate, torelate, tolrated, toelratinf, tollarated, delierate, tolarent, dleciate, delcerad, toelrated, toleit, toleraitng, toletrate, tolerat, tolarant, tolsrating, toleraitn, toleratinf, tollerant, bacholerette, colebrate, tollirate, detiorerate, collerette, tollarant, toleratng, toleratig, ilerate, tollerace, tolerared, tolerted, tolirate, tolrate, tooperate, torrerate, tolearted, toerate, tolorated, toleraint, tolete, tolderated, tollerates, tolarete, tolernat, tocreate, toleraged, taylormade, cholrate, toterate, tollroad, toleat, tolarted, tailormade, littlelate, tolitrie, billrate, toleratied, toleast, toleratind, celerate, toleta, tolorates, tolerainf, talorat, tolarte, detioriate, toleratingf, tolerece, toelrating, toleratiing, tollerenat, tolaerant, tollorated, tolirated, tolereted, talegate, illerate, tolerace, tolrating, talerate, talerated, tolorate, teleprted, toleant, toleraintg, tolorant, colarette, declerate, tailoryed, tolerrant, tollerarnt, tolerte, talorated, tollereated, tolerrates, toleratin, toleratong, tomorrowat.
- Examples of usage:
You make use of a tone which I can not tolerate for a moment.
"The Living Link",James De Mille.
I have, therefore, thought it safe to guard you, by stating the view which we have given out on the subject of the treaty, in conversation and otherwise; for ours, as you know, is a government which will not tolerate the being kept entirely in the dark, and especially on a subject so interesting as this treaty.
"Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson",Thomas Jefferson.
" I could not for a moment tolerate such a proposal, sir," said the lawyer shortly.
"The Mynns' Mystery",George Manville Fenn.
- You make use of a tone which I can not tolerate for a moment.