The song is tolerable, catchy even, but aperitifs should be required when viewing this video.
Members of the civil-military-corporate elite find war more than tolerable.
At a pitch I could be a tolerable road-sweeper or an inefficient gardener or even a tenth-rate farm hand.
Will Ferrell, in all his green-suited glory, and a tolerable Zooey Deschanel changed our lives ten years ago.
All that would be tolerable if he were an arrogant jerk, or just plain dumb.
There seems to be a tolerable landing-place on the north-west side of Gardner's Island.
We finally went through all the forms with tolerable precision.
Instead of which he arrived at a tolerable average by virtue of the variety of his failures.
Several bakers' shops have been found, all in a tolerable state of preservation.
This was our usual style of encampment, and it afforded a tolerable protection against wild animals.
early 15c., "bearable," from Middle French tolerable (14c.), from Latin tolerabilis "that may be endured," from tolerare "to tolerate" (see toleration). Meaning "moderate, middling, not bad" is recorded from 1540s. Related: Tolerably.