absolution


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Synonyms for absolution

Synonyms for absolution

the act or an instance of forgiving

Synonyms for absolution

the condition of being formally forgiven by a priest in the sacrament of penance

Related Words

the act of absolving or remitting

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HITMAN ABSOLUTION follows cold-blooded assassin Agent 47 as he takes on his most dangerous contract to date.
The 37-year-old osteopath's novel Absolution so impressed publishers Penguin that they offered her the huge deal for a five-book series.
Before they died, I would forgive them all The wrongs they'd done me--grant them absolution.
Though she acquires neither absolution nor an interview, she discovers a town whose economy relies on killing people and cows, and whose residents bear the grief and guilt that institutionalized death incurs.
com/) Hitman Absolution " keeps that element alive in its forthcoming installment.
HITMAN ABSOLUTION follows Agent 47(TM), a cold-blooded assassin, who takes on his most dangerous contract to date.
Other lives In three starts Absolution has yet to show any evidence of ability, finishing down the field in two bumpers before trailing in second-last on his hurdling debut at Huntingdon last month, although time is certainly on his side.
lt;p>He stated to the national Iraqi news Agency "The Parliament will discuss the US proposals related to postponing the JAC's decisions till post elections or the candidate should submit an absolution certificate from the Ba'ath Party.
com, but they won't receive absolution or priestly advice.
Such services as General Absolution announced for Palm Sunday and other occasions are invalid as well as illicit.
SOMETHING of a victim of circumstance, Muse's Sing For Absolution lands the coveted Don't Bother With.
MUSE: Sing For Absolution (Taste) ASH: Meltdown (Homegrown) THE CALLING: Our Lives (BMG)
The Resurrection is shown, nicely if abruptly, as something of a quick coda, but the agony and absolution of the Crucifixion scene has already gotten across a sense of transcendence.
If this were true, it would offer an absolution of sorts to McNamara, but it doesn't hold up to scrutiny.
An intellectually sharp critical culture would inevitably have to violate the city's deeply rooted desire for consensus and absolution.