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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishforbearancefor‧bear‧ance /fɔːˈbeərəns $ fɔːrˈber-/ noun [uncountable] formal  WAITFORGIVEthe quality of being patient, able to control your emotions, and willing to forgive someone who has upset you syn patience
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forbearanceI would like to thank them for their continuing forbearance and understanding, and for their hard work throughout the year.Plentiful raw materials and assured markets had improved living standards along with popular forbearance.Faith, for Constantine, was a political matter; and any faith conducive to unity was treated with forbearance.Let me first ask your forbearance.
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