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  • adj. intolerant

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  • adj. Intolerant.


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  • Hebrides: and, though he has endeavoured to paint their dismal isles and rocks in glowing colours, they will not be satisfied; for he seems no bigot about Ossian, at least in some passages; and is free in others, which their intolerating spirit will resent.

    The Letters of Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford — Volume 4

  • *] The use of the surplice, and of the cross in baptism is there chiefly complained of; but the remedy seems to have been expected solely from the king's dispensing power, [**] In the papers which contain this application and petition, we may also see proofs of the violent animosity of the commons against the Catholics, together with the intolerating spirit of that assembly. [

    The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.I., Part D. From Elizabeth to James I.


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