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intolerances, plural;
  1. Unwillingness to accept views, beliefs, or behavior that differ from one's own
    • - a struggle against religious intolerance
    • - an intolerance of dissent
  2. An inability to eat a food or take a drug without adverse effects
    • - young children with lactose intolerance
    • - he may have a food intolerance to dairy products

  1. impatience with annoyances; "his intolerance of interruptions"
  2. unwillingness to recognize and respect differences in opinions or beliefs
  3. (intolerant) unwilling to tolerate difference of opinion
  4. (intolerantly) in an intolerant manner
  5. (intolerantly) in a narrow-minded manner; "his illiberally biased way of thinking"
  6. Intolerance is the first solo album from Grant Hart, formerly of the band Hüsker Dü.
  7. Intolerance: Love's Struggle Through the Ages (1916) is an American silent film directed by D. W. Griffith and is considered one of the great masterpieces of the Silent Era.
  8. (Intolerances) often food related, are categorised as a more insidious or slower reaction that the body has to one or more substances. The reactions may not start to occur for a few days after contact with the substance, making it much more difficult for the person to realize its harm on the body.
  9. (intolerant) not able to stand or endure
  10. (INTOLERANT) Unable to take a drug because of toxicity.
  11. (Intolerant) Tree relatively incapable of developing and growing normally in the shade of, and in competition with, other trees (17).
  12. (Intolerant) killed rapidly when invaded by a given pathogen. The use of this term is not recommended. It should not be used as a synonym of sensitive (BMS).
  13. (Intolerant) plants that will not grow in the shade of other plants or trees
  14. (Intolerant) refers to a person who is unable to accept differences in opinion, habit, or belief: Maybelle is intolerant of anyone who chews with their mouth open.
  15. When the body reacts inappropriately but non-allergically (i.e. without IgE production) to a particular substance. Many people experience reactions to certain types of food. Of these, 2-3% are allergic to the foods concerned; the rest experience intolerance.
  16. allergy or sensitivity to a food, drug, or other substance.
  17. inability of the body to appropriately metabolize an agent or drug, often characterized by adverse side effects.
  18. Intolerance is the unwillingness to accept the legitimacy of another person, group, or idea that differs from one's own. ...
  19. a characteristic of certain tree species that does not permit them to survive in the shade of other trees.
  20. A reaction that has similar symptoms to an allergic reaction but does not engage the immune system and so is not an allergy.
  21. an attitude of not accepting or respecting different opinions, practices or people.
  22. abnormal metabolism, excretion or other disposition of a given substance.
  23. inability to endure or incapacity for bearing, as pain, or the effects of a drug, or other substance