tolerate


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recognize and respect (rights and beliefs of others)

have a tolerance for a poison or strong drug or pathogen or environmental condition

allow the presence of or allow (an activity) without opposing or prohibiting

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The minority's analysis caused it to conclude that the Canadian community would not tolerate, in a commercial establishment to which the public had access, group sexual activities on the scale that took place at L'Orage.
You male cadets cannot tolerate males among you who prey on your female colleagues.
After my stay at the clinic, I returned to Minnesota but could no longer tolerate being indoors, especially in the winter when the heating systems were on.
The courts must determine as best they can what the community would tolerate others being exposed to on the basis of the degree of harm that may flow from such exposure.
They're very docile, and they don't just tolerate you; they actually like people,'' he said.
This three-month, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial assessing the ability of these patients to continue treatment when taking risedronate found that 89 percent of the women were able to tolerate risedronate.
Some couldn't tolerate the harsh chemotherapy or radiation therapy, and others refused to undergo a radical cystectomy when doctors advised such a course.
As a parent, I tolerate or put up with a lot of indiscretions from my children, but this does not imply approbation.
The maximum pain the 20 men could tolerate increased after smoking, Miller notes, whereas non-smokers showed no change in pain threshold or tolerance.
While retrospective studies show CPAP eliminates apnea and may extend life expectancies, "some patients cannot tolerate it or don't want to tolerate it," Remmers says.
Izzard claims that these ethics do not allow him to tolerate the moral flavor of the day and require him to speak out and warn of the consequences.
While I expected the majority of residents to say no, I was truly overwhelmed that 66 percent of respondents indicated that they would not tolerate additional airport noise.
Certain types of bent grass tolerate `dollar spot,' a fungus, better.