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Word: intolerant

Definition: not willing to accept ways of thinking different from one's own; CF. tolerant; CF. tolerate


Sentences Containing 'intolerant'

An angry flush overspread her features; and she said, in an intolerant manner, grasping the arm-chair tightly with her hands: 'What compensation can you make to ME for opening such a pit between me and my son?
And is this,' she added, looking at her visitor with the proud intolerant air with which she had begun, 'no injury?'

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