toleration

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Noun[change]

Singular
toleration

Plural
tolerations

  1. The act of accepting or allowing something.
    He had toleration for people who walked across the grass instead of using the path.
  2. Official acceptance of the right of people to have different beliefs.
    The Edict of Torda was a law made in 1568 for religious toleration in Hungary.

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