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I would like to thank for someone's tolerance because of forgiveness for my mistake. is it possible to say "Thank you for your tolerance"?

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    This is OK, but "thank you for your understanding" is more commonly used. – JonLarby Oct 7 '16 at 7:49
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That's a perfectly reasonable statement. It would be taken well by a stranger or a boss.

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