Tol·er·ate v. t. [imp. & p. p. Tolerated p. pr. & vb. n. Tolerating.] To suffer to be, or to be done, without prohibition or hindrance; to allow or permit negatively, by not preventing; not to restrain; to put up with; as, to tolerate doubtful practices.
Crying should not be tolerated in children. --Locke.
We tolerate them because property and liberty, to a degree, require that toleration. --Burke.
Syn: -- See Permit.