English words and Examples of Usage

use "tolerate" in a sentence

Obama is right: Syrians will not tolerate Assad's murderous tyranny.

Volkswagen does not tolerate any kind of violation of laws whatsoever.

That’s just not something you can tolerate in the city,” Landrieu said.

Racism is something I will not tolerate, the Atlanta rapper wrote."

Massey said taxpayers won't tolerate the extra money that the rent would cost.

The Bowser Administration does not tolerate employees who violate the public trust.

No showboating: Coach Chris Petersen doesn’t tolerate silly penalties or showboating.

It says the resulting plant can tolerate salt concentrations of 12-15 grams per litre.

“I selected for winter hardiness, good with children and able to tolerate confinement.”

But it assumes a 50 percent allocation of stocks, something many retirees can’t tolerate.

US officials have said the country will not tolerate the poaching of elephants in Africa.

Previous treatments were hit and miss, and many patients couldn't tolerate the side effects.

They want to be better off and they need to know we don't just tolerate that, we support it.

“We do not tolerate improper animal treatment and take claims of animal abuse very seriously.

Saudi Arabia enforces a strict version of Islamic law and does not tolerate political dissent.

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