forbearant ‎(comparative more forbearant, superlative most forbearant)

  1. forbearing
    • 1830 Thomas Carlyle, Johann Paul Friedrich Richter
      Gay, gentle, frolicsome as a lamb, yet strong, forbearant and royally courageous as a lion, he worked along, amid the scouring of kettles, the hissing of frying-pans, the hum of his mother's wheel[.]

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