intolerantly


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in·tol·er·ant

 (ĭn-tŏl′ər-ənt)
adj.
Not tolerant, especially:
a. Unwilling to tolerate differences in opinions, practices, or beliefs, especially religious beliefs.
b. Opposed to the inclusion or participation of those different from oneself, especially those of a different racial, ethnic, or social background.
c. Unable or unwilling to endure or support: intolerant of interruptions; a community intolerant of crime.
d. Unable to digest or metabolize a food, drug, or other substance or compound: people who are lactose intolerant.

in·tol′er·ant·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.intolerantly - in an intolerant manner
tolerantly - in a tolerant manner; "he reacts rather tolerantly toward his son's juvenile behavior"
2.intolerantly - in a narrow-minded manner; "his illiberally biased way of thinking"
Translations

intolerantly

advintolerant; refuseintoleranterweise

intolerantly

[ɪnˈtɒlərntlɪ] advin modo intollerante
References in classic literature ?
HIGGINS [rising intolerantly and standing over Doolittle] You're raving.
Since a bigot is someone who intolerantly holds to a narrow-minded, prejudiced opinion, liberals are prime purveyors (they themselves qualify).
Even within a team whose members act intolerantly toward colleagues with different backgrounds, if the members perceive organizational support, they exhibit team-learning behavior that helps improve overall organizational performance.
Webster's 16th definition of "square" is not far from its second definition of "bigot": "one obstinately and irrationally, often intolerantly, devoted to his own church, party, belief, or opinion.
The greatness of every mighty organization," writes Hitler, "lies in the religious fanaticism and intolerance with which, fanatically convinced of its own right, it intolerantly imposes its will against all others.
12) Evidently, there is no getting away from the fact that a scientific methodology condemning value judgments, contains itself a value judgment while intolerantly forbidding all others as unscientific.
In her satirical poems about religion, most famously in "Our Bog is Dood," Smith represents religious adherents as children to suggest the simple, intolerantly stubborn childishness of her Christians.
When we combine these two aspects, we obtain a metaphorical weapon used by Canadians outside Quebec to feel superior to Quebecers, to pat themselves on the back for being so admirably "tolerant" while passionately and intolerantly despising those who do not share their vision.
GAU maintained an unshakeable belief that Christianity had always treated homosexuals intolerantly and, moreover, that this intolerance had included a consistent application of punitive measures against homosexuals.