bias, prejudice, bigotry, discrimination, partiality, illiberality, narrow-mindedness, dogmatism; racism, racialism, sexism, classism, ageism, xenophobia:
The government has legislated against intolerance of minorities.
1 lack of tolerance
VERB + INTOLERANCE
The town began to show increasing intolerance of immigrants.
| ~ to
the professor's intolerance to any views other than his own
| ~ towards
the intolerance of local residents towards refugees
2 inability to digest certain substances
food | glucose, lactose, etc.
intolerance of potatoes
| ~ to
an intolerance to milk products
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