I couldn’t tolerate gratuitously boisterous laughter.
Indeed, they will not tolerate any public discussion at all.
It turned out that the Liberal Democrats could not tolerate having a Christian as leader.
The plants grow best in mild to cool climates and tolerate frost; some forms tolerate hard freezing at certain periods of growth.
Someone able to tolerate that can tolerate a lot,” Hakan said.
You couldn’t tolerate people who couldn’t tolerate babies on planes.
They would not tolerate any improper behavior in me any more than I would tolerate it in them.
We did not tolerate it in the past, whether it was in Iraq or Syria, and we cannot tolerate it in Iran.”
“These mothers could not tolerate the mistreatment that goes on on the reservations any longer, they could not see another Indian youngster die.”
Chief Inspector John Owen, Commander for Stoke North Local Policing Team, said: “We will not tolerate abuse or intimidation of our emergency services.
Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state, would threaten that “America will not tolerate attacks” – but nor, it seems, will the Shia militias tolerate more attacks.
"By analogy, one might say that the volume of ambient background noise that a sleeping infant will tolerate is far lower than the limit that would begin to cause eardrum damage."
Labour has got to give signals to the world that not only are we not prepared to tolerate antisemitism, we are not prepared to tolerate those who make an excuse for that antisemitism.
“Labour has got to give signals to the world that not only are we not prepared to tolerate antisemitism, we are not prepared to tolerate those who make an excuse for that antisemitism.
(That means you don’t have to tolerate dry skin when you run out of your favorite moisturizer or tolerate torn running shoes when they accidentally are torn apart during the shut down).
But she felt that the money should either be her money or not be her money, and that she could not tolerate any in-betweens and she could not tolerate any health or fashion advice, either—that was it.
Following the announcement of the previous lawsuit, the NFL cheerleading team released a statement in which they said they “do not tolerate mistreatment of our cheer team” and “look forward to vigorously defending ourselves against these allegations.”
The Jews do not get a mention in the Descent of Man (1871), and although Darwin supposes that white races tend to wipe out others, it is not from any mental or physical superiority, but because we can tolerate their diseases but they cannot tolerate ours!
Sir Keir told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "I made it clear the Labour Party I lead will not tolerate anti-Semitism, neither will it tolerate the argument that denies or minimises anti-Semitism in the Labour Party on the basis that it's exaggerated or a factional row."
The class of attitude verbs for which substitution problems arise — the “problematic” attitude verbs — can be divided into two subclasses: one consisting of verbs which do not grammatically tolerate substitutions (e.g., intransitive verbs such as ‘insist’, ‘complain’, ‘say’, and VPs of the form ‘Aux Adj’, such as ‘is pleased’, ‘was surprised’); the other consisting of verbs which grammatically tolerate substitutions but for which truth-value is not necessarily preserved (e.g., ‘expect’, ‘anticipate’, ‘bet’, ‘gather’, ‘judge’, ‘claim’, ‘maintain’, ‘hold’, ‘judge’, ‘feel’, ‘remember’, ‘know’, ‘recognize’, ‘find’).
- put up with something or somebody unpleasant
- recognize and respect (rights and beliefs of others)
Example: We must tolerate the religions of others
- have a tolerance for a poison or strong drug or pathogen or environmental condition
Example: The patient does not tolerate the anti-inflammatory drugs we gave him
- allow the presence of or allow (an activity) without opposing or prohibiting
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The class of attitude verbs for which substitution problems arise — the problematic attitude verbs — can be divided into two subclasses one consisting of verbs which do not grammatically tolerate substitutions eg intransitive verbs such as insist complain say and VPs of the form Aux Adj such as is pleased was surprised the other consisting of verbs which grammatically tolerate substitutions but for which truth-value is not necessarily preserved eg expect anticipate bet gather judge claim maintain hold judge feel remember know recognize find