The Senate action sends a message of intolerance and intransigence on the civil rights issue of our time.
With age also comes wisdom to the ways of filmmaking and intolerance of its less amusing side.
“Hopefully they'll renounce this kind of culture of intolerance overall,” Pantoja says.
And she warned of intolerance sparked by economic fears today, clearly following up on the Marine Le Pen controversy.
It is challenging—calling out some Jewish intolerance and insensitivity.
Although a Roman by descent, I advocate not Roman intolerance.
One word as to the alleged "intolerance of the fanatic Orangemen of Belfast."
The intolerance of certain savants is equalled by that of certain dogmas.
There is no intolerance; everybody lives comfortably with his neighbour.
So far as the spirit of intolerance went, there was nothing to choose between the new and the old Churches.
"unwillingness to endure a differing opinion," 1765, from Latin intolerantia "impatience, unendurableness, insufferableness, insolence," from intolerantem (see intolerant). Especially of religious matters through mid-19c. Now-obsolete intolerancy was used in same sense from 1620s.
intolerance in·tol·er·ance (ĭn-tŏl'ər-əns)
Extreme sensitivity or allergy to a drug, food, or other substance.