Recent Examples of intolerance from the Web
Eritrea is not on the list of countries in the Trump administration’s proposed travel ban, but there is intolerance in the air.
Outside the City and Parish Church of St. Mary, where Luther preached, an anti-Semitic relief still hangs as testament to that age-old intolerance.
In our school community there is no room for intolerance.
It is meant to bring together global organizations working to eradicate intolerance of the LGBT community, as well as others.
Consider for a moment that degree of malignant intolerance.
Brian Hogan, president of Fidelity's stock-picking division, stressed the company's intolerance of inappropriate workplace conduct during that meeting, the person said.
Associates spoke of his attention to fine detail and intolerance of distracting noises, such as ice clinking in a glass.
UC-Berkeley has been one of the primary architects of the left’s intolerance for free speech and free expression.
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First Known Use of intolerance
Synonymsdogmatism, illiberalism, illiberality, illiberalness, bigotry, intolerantness, narrow-mindedness, opinionatedness, partisanship, sectarianism, small-mindedness
Antonymsbroad-mindedness, liberalism, liberality, open-mindedness, tolerance
Related Wordsconservatism, reactionaryism; insularism, insularity, parochialism, provincialism
Near Antonymsprogressiveness, progressivism
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