intolerant

Stubborn vs Intolerant - What's the difference?

stubborn | intolerant |


As adjectives the difference between stubborn and intolerant

is that stubborn is refusing to move or to change one's opinion; obstinate; firmly resisting while intolerant is intolerant; not tolerant.

Hatred vs Intolerant - What's the difference?

hatred | intolerant |


As a noun hatred

is strong aversion; intense dislike; hateful regard; an affection of the mind awakened by something regarded as unpleasant, harmful or evil.

As an adjective intolerant is

intolerant; not tolerant.

Uneasy vs Intolerant - What's the difference?

uneasy | intolerant | Related terms |

Uneasy is a related term of intolerant.


As adjectives the difference between uneasy and intolerant

is that uneasy is (rare) not easy; difficult or uneasy can be restless; disturbed by pain, anxiety, or the like; disquieted; perturbed while intolerant is intolerant; not tolerant.

Eager vs Intolerant - What's the difference?

eager | intolerant | Related terms |

Eager is a related term of intolerant.


As adjectives the difference between eager and intolerant

is that eager is (obsolete) sharp; sour; acid while intolerant is intolerant; not tolerant.

As a noun eager

is (tidal bore).

Changeable vs Intolerant - What's the difference?

changeable | intolerant | Related terms |

Changeable is a related term of intolerant.


As adjectives the difference between changeable and intolerant

is that changeable is capable of being changed while intolerant is intolerant; not tolerant.

Ignorant vs Intolerant - What's the difference?

ignorant | intolerant |


As a noun ignorant

is ignorant person, ignoramus.

As an adjective intolerant is

intolerant; not tolerant.

Hot vs Intolerant - What's the difference?

hot | intolerant | Related terms |

Hot is a related term of intolerant.


As a noun hot

is a whit, a bit.

As an adjective intolerant is

intolerant; not tolerant.

Intolerant vs Argumentive - What's the difference?

intolerant | argumentive |


As adjectives the difference between intolerant and argumentive

is that intolerant is intolerant; not tolerant while argumentive is being or presenting an argument or line of reasoning.

Disrespect vs Intolerant - What's the difference?

disrespect | intolerant |


As a noun disrespect

is a lack of respect, esteem or courteous behaviour.

As a verb disrespect

is to show a lack of respect to someone or something.

As an adjective intolerant is

intolerant; not tolerant.

Fretful vs Intolerant - What's the difference?

fretful | intolerant | Related terms |

Fretful is a related term of intolerant.


As adjectives the difference between fretful and intolerant

is that fretful is irritable, bad-tempered, grumpy or peevish while intolerant is intolerant; not tolerant.

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