Antonyms of INTOLERANT

Examples of usage:

  1. For, indeed, I do find in myself certain indications and admonitions that my day has past its noon; and none more cogent than this: that daily of bad wine I grow more intolerant, and of good wine have a keener and more fastidious relish. "Maid Marian" by Thomas Love Peacock
  2. She was not an agreeable woman; she was perhaps, if any thing, too sensible,- so very sensible as to be obviously intolerant of anything like folly in others. "John Marchmont's Legacy, Volume I (of 3)" by Mary E. Braddon
  3. But it is bad, because it is at bottom a superstition, and because it makes a people sanguinary and intolerant. "Rousseau Volumes I. and II." by John Morley
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