|part of speech:
||capable of being tolerated or endured; endurable.
Conditions were more tolerable in the north during the war because infrastructure remained intact.
- intolerable, unbearable
||fair or adequate; not bad.
She's a tolerable singer, but I doubt she has a great career ahead of her.
- similar words:
- fair, respectable
||decent, good, marginal, moderate, passable, satisfactory, tidy
||tolerably (adv.), tolerability (n.)