Definitions for "Intolerance"
Lack of capacity to endure; as, intolerance of light.
The quality of being intolerant; refusal to allow to others the enjoyment of their opinions, chosen modes of worship, and the like; lack of patience and forbearance; illiberality; bigotry; as, intolerance shown toward a religious sect.
Unwillingness to endure and/or lack of respect for the beliefs and practices of an individual or group by another individual or group. Racial intolerance refers to the unwillingness to permit equal opportunity and full societal participation to members of other racial groups; religious intolerance is the unwillingness to endure those of other religious beliefs.
Keywords:  allergy, luh, tah, immune, immunologic
(in-TAH-luh-runs) Allergy to a food, drug, or other substance.
a physical reaction to a substance that usually does not involve the immune system
a physical response to a substance, which is not necessarily immunologic
a metabolic disorder and does not involve the immune system
inability of the body to appropriately metabolize an agent or drug, often characterized by adverse side effects.
A general term which is used to refer to the condition afflicing people who exhibit a wide range of acute adverse effects. These include, but are not exhausted by, allergic effects.
If you were intolerant in your dream, this signifies a disappointment in a friend. If someone else was intolerant it predicts an unexpected gift of great value.
Intolerance is a silent film directed by D.W. Griffith in 1916. The film, considered one of the great masterpieces of the Silent Era, was made in response to critics, who protested against Griffith's previous film The Birth of a Nation for its overt racist content, illustrating the problem of people's intolerance against other people's views.
impatience with annoyances; "his intolerance of interruptions"