forbearance


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  • noun

Synonyms for forbearance

Synonyms for forbearance

the capacity of enduring hardship or inconvenience without complaint

Synonyms for forbearance

good-natured tolerance of delay or incompetence

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a delay in enforcing rights or claims or privileges

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References in classic literature ?
The outside world does not know, neither can it appreciate, the struggle that is constantly going on in the hearts of both the Southern white people and their former slaves to free themselves from racial prejudice; and while both races are thus struggling they should have the sympathy, the support, and the forbearance of the rest of the world.
You talk of my peculiar claims on your forbearance.
Your delusion constitutes your peculiar claim on my forbearance.
You have always treated me with the same delicacy and the same forbearance.
Mrs Varden entreated her to remember that one of these days she would, in all probability, have to do violence to her feelings so far as to be married; and that marriage, as she might see every day of her life (and truly she did) was a state requiring great fortitude and forbearance.
Sparsit sedately resumed her work and occasionally gave a small cough, which sounded like the cough of conscious strength and forbearance.
You must remember that your uncle's state requires--hum--great forbearance from us, great forbearance.
In these times of unprecedented pressure on lenders and servicers to settle foreclosure cases, the forbearance agreement--always a common approach in any event--becomes all the more meaningful and relevant.
However, the court further held that a company would be required to capitalize forbearance agreement payments under the 12-month rule in Regs.
To address this problem, lenders are increasingly turning to forbearance agreements instead of foreclosing on properties to protect their interests in such properties.
Global Banking News-28 October 2009-Midwest Bank enters forbearance pact(C)2009 ENPublishing - http://www.
Still, the 1996 Telecommunications Act makes it effectively illegal to enforce "bad" regulations by giving the FCC a unique and powerful deregulatory tool: forbearance.
Luckily, the 2004 graduate of Rutgers University College of Engineering knew a little something about forbearance, a temporary suspension of loan payments that most lenders will allow when times are tough.
This practice of capital forbearance was criticized by Kane (1987) and Kaufman (1987) among others.
EMRISE CORPORATION (NYSE Arca: ERI) today announced that it has extended an existing short term forbearance agreement with its lender through January 25, 2010.