SYNONYMS FOR intolerant
Related formsin·tol·er·ant·ly, adverbqua·si-in·tol·er·ant, adjectivequa·si-in·tol·er·ant·ly, adverb
Can be confusedintolerable intolerant
Examples from the Web for intolerant
And the fact that satire unnerves the intolerant is evidence of its positive power.Why We Stand With Charlie Hebdo—And You Should Too|John Avlon|January 8, 2015|DAILY BEAST
His policies helped engender the rise of an intolerant and severe nationalism that conflates piety with patriotism.Why So Many Pakistanis Hate Their Nobel Peace Prize Winner|Chris Allbritton|October 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Companies are also intolerant of violence in the workplace because it undermines workforce stability and hampers productivity.
The term describes any female who is intolerant of any point of view that challenges militant feminism.Rush Limbaugh’s Sexist Beyoncé Rant And Gross History of Women Bashing|Marlow Stern|March 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“I felt the attacks on Dan Cathy were unfortunate, intolerant, and hypocritical,” Huckabee tells The Daily Beast.Why Mike Huckabee Says He Relishes Dispute Over Chick-Fil-A|Howard Kurtz|August 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The Protestants were, however, much alarmed by these measures, as indicative of the intolerant policy of the new king.The Empire of Austria; Its Rise and Present Power|John S. C. Abbott
We do not know much of that future, and these days are intolerant of mere unverifiable hypotheses.
I don't know how tolerant (or intolerant) you are towards his pursuits and speculations.The Letters of William James, Vol. II|William James
There were those who, though they loved him, called him intolerant.Adventures In Contentment|David Grayson
Intolerant of these familiarities, the Spider shakes the leg encroached upon and flings the intruders to a distance.The Life of the Spider|J. Henri Fabre