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tolerant

Med (of a patient) exhibiting tolerance to a drug
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Twenty years of unwilling apprenticeship had been required to make my system rebelliously tolerant of alcohol, to make me, in the heart and the deeps of me, desirous of alcohol.
"Rousseau's Contrat social," said the vicomte with a tolerant smile.
Holdsworthy was an enthusiast over flowers, and a half lunatic over raising prize poultry; and these engrossing madnesses were a source of perpetual joy to Daylight, who looked on in tolerant good humor.
The family priest, an old, tolerant Sarsut Brahmin, dropped in later, and naturally started a theological argument to impress the family.
But he was infinitely tolerant of the young, and had no desire to snub George.
More tolerant than his father of a contradictory opinion, in its aspect as a danger to its holder, he was less ready than his father to pardon it as a slight to his own teaching.
Letterblair's mild disapproval would be smiled away by a tolerant family.
But he was far from angry; the parchment face crumpled into tolerant smiles; the venerable head shook a playful reproval, as he threw away the cigarette that I am tired of mentioning, and put the last touch to a fresh one with his tongue.
Vibrant, tolerant and exciting are just some of the words that Nawef Abdul Rehman Awad al Abadi and family can think of when describing Oman.
The most tolerant among the EU countries are Sweden, Spain, France and Denmark, and Argentina is the first of the hundred countries that are reported to be - mainly because of the great tolerance of different races and religions (without Islam).
The diapausing larvae act as a reservoirof population and they are more tolerant to insecticides.
ISLAMABAD -- Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi Tuesday urged the nation to reiterate its commitment to achieve the Quaid's vision of a tolerant, progressive and united nation.