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- adv. In a tolerant manner.
- adv. With tolerance.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a tolerant manner; with toleration.
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- adv. in a tolerant manner
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This happens to be the case when, for example, a past crime gets treated "tolerantly" (translation: with tacit approval) as sanctions might be a sign of intolerance.
"tolerantly" (translation: with tacit approval) as sanctions might be a sign of intolerance.
If the ghosts of the thousands of poets who died a thousand years ago, seven hundred years ago, or four hundred years ago, and the spirit of those yet to be bornwho, unlike the living, in the democracy of death amicably and tolerantly wander the streets of Tehransee her large black eyes, they will liken them, as is customary of their poetry, to the sad eyes of a gazelle.
Sheldon smiled tolerantly and proceeded to light a cigarette.
We shop tolerantly -- and want Home Depot to be our go-to store for religious freedom.
He would have told your sister-in-law that I had gone slightly bonkers in California and indeed might, in turn, have told you; and you would have smiled softly and tolerantly as though there was nothing wrong with that.
The leopard man looked on tolerantly and let her have her few minutes.
Those within hearing distance merely shrugged their shoulders and smiled tolerantly at the disturbance as an affair of accustomed usualness.
She was often critical of what in England was called the permissive society; but on socio-sexual questions she was in practice tolerantly libertarian.
That is, I suspect, why the 9/11 movement is treated far more tolerantly by centers of power than is the norm for serious critical and activist work.