Tolerably

  • 1tolerably — index fairly (moderately) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2tolerably — tol|e|ra|bly [ˈtɔlərəbli US ˈta: ] adv [+ adjective/adverb] fairly, but not very much ▪ We were tolerably happy at first …

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  • 3tolerably — tol|er|a|bly [ talərəbli ] adverb FORMAL 1. ) in a way that is satisfactory but not very good: She rides tolerably well. 2. ) to a small degree but not very much: FAIRLY …

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  • 4tolerably — ad. 1. Supportably. 2. Passably, moderately, indifferently, so so, passably well, tolerably well, pretty well …

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  • 5tolerably — adverb (+ adj/adv) fairly, but not very much: We were tolerably happy for the first year …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 6tolerably — tolerable ► ADJECTIVE 1) able to be tolerated. 2) fairly good. DERIVATIVES tolerability noun tolerably adverb …

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  • 7tolerably — adverb in an acceptable (but not outstanding) manner she plays tennis tolerably • Syn: ↑acceptably, ↑so so • Ant: ↑intolerably, ↑unacceptably (for: ↑acceptably) …

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  • 8Tolerably — Tolerable Tol er*a*ble, a. [L. tolerabilis: cf. F. tol[ e]rable. See {Tolerate}.] 1. Capable of being borne or endured; supportable, either physically or mentally. [1913 Webster] As may affect the earth with cold and heat Scarce tolerable. Milton …

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  • 9tolerably — adverb see tolerable …

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  • 10tolerably — See tolerability. * * * …

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  • 11tolerably — adverb In a tolerable manner; of something that can be tolerated …

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  • 12tolerably — Synonyms and related words: acceptably, adequately, admissibly, after a fashion, agreeably, amply, appreciably, at any rate, at best, at least, at most, at the least, at the most, at the outside, at worst, commensurately, comparatively, decently …

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  • 13tolerably — adv. endurable, bearably, acceptably …

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  • 14tolerably — tol·er·a·bly …

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  • 15tolerably — UK [ˈtɒl(ə)rəblɪ] / US [ˈtɑlərəblɪ] adverb formal 1) in a way that is satisfactory but not very good 2) to a small degree but not very much …

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  • 16well enough — Tolerably, sufficiently well, so as to give satisfaction, moderately well …

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  • 17tolerable — [[t]tɒ̱lərəb(ə)l[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED If you describe something as tolerable, you mean that you can bear it, even though it is unpleasant or painful. The levels of tolerable pain vary greatly from individual to individual... He described their… …

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  • 18acceptably — adverb in an acceptable (but not outstanding) manner she plays tennis tolerably • Syn: ↑tolerably, ↑so so • Ant: ↑intolerably (for: ↑tolerably), ↑unacceptably …

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  • 19so-so — I adjective being neither good nor bad (Freq. 3) an indifferent performance a gifted painter but an indifferent actor her work at the office is passable a so so golfer feeling only so so prepared a tolerable dinn …

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  • 20Ometepe (archaeological site) — Ometepe Island is an important archaeological site, located in the Lake Nicaragua in the Republic of Nicaragua, administratively belongs to the Rivas Department. Its name derives from the Nahuatl words ome (two) and tepetl (mountain), meaning two …

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