in-tolerance

intolerance

[in-tol-er-uhns]
noun
1.
lack of toleration; unwillingness or refusal to tolerate or respect contrary opinions or beliefs, persons of different races or backgrounds, etc.
2.
incapacity or indisposition to bear or endure: intolerance to heat.
3.
abnormal sensitivity or allergy to a food, drug, etc.
4.
an intolerant act.

Origin:
1755–65; < Latin intolerantia. See intolerant, -ance

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intolerance in·tol·er·ance (ĭn-tŏl'ər-əns)
n.
Extreme sensitivity or allergy to a drug, food, or other substance.


in·tol'er·ant adj.
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