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tol·er·ance
/ˈtäl(ə)rəns/
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noun: tolerance; plural noun: tolerances
  1. 1.
    the ability or willingness to tolerate something, in particular the existence of opinions or behavior that one does not necessarily agree with.
    "the tolerance of corruption"
    Similar:
    forbearance
    toleration
    sufferance
    liberality
    open-mindedness
    lack of prejudice
    lack of bias
    broad-mindedness
    liberalism
    patience
    long-suffering
    magnanimity
    sympathy
    understanding
    charity
    lenience
    leniency
    lenity
    indulgence
    clemency
    permissiveness
    complaisance
    laxness
    Opposite:
    intolerance
  2. 2.
    the capacity to endure continued subjection to something, especially a drug, transplant, antigen, or environmental conditions, without adverse reaction.
    "the desert camel shows the greatest tolerance to dehydration"
    Similar:
    endurance of
    acceptance of
    resistance to
    immunity to
    nonsusceptibility to
    resilience to
    Opposite:
    intolerance
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