self-tolerant

tolerant

[tol-er-uhnt]
adjective
1.
inclined or disposed to tolerate; showing tolerance; forbearing: tolerant of errors.
2.
favoring toleration: a tolerant church.
3.
Medicine/Medical, Immunology.
a.
able to endure or resist the action of a drug, poison, etc.
b.
lacking or exhibiting low levels of immune response to a normally immunogenic substance.

Origin:
1770–80; < Latin tolerant- (stem of tolerāns), present participle of tolerāre to bear. See tolerate, -ant

tolerantly, adverb
nontolerant, adjective
nontolerantly, adverb
overtolerant, adjective
overtolerantly, adverb
quasi-tolerant, adjective
quasi-tolerantly, adverb
self-tolerant, adjective
self-tolerantly, adverb
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tolerant (ˈtɒlərənt)
 
adj
1.  able to tolerate the beliefs, actions, opinions, etc, of others
2.  permissive
3.  able to withstand extremes, as of heat and cold
4.  med (of a patient) exhibiting tolerance to a drug
 
'tolerantly
 
adv

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