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Synonyms for redemption

Synonyms for redemption

repayment of the principal amount of a debt or security at or before maturity (as when a corporation repurchases its own stock)

the act of purchasing back something previously sold

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IF THE last time Liverpool saw Rihanna she was a good girl gone bad, then by now she's surely beyond redemption.
Coghlan said he did not regard Freeman as being beyond redemption and ruled that he should be allowed to apply for parole after 32 years.
However, Kazran appears to be beyond redemption, and the make matters worse, something nasty is lurking in the fog on Christmas Eve.
There is no deradicalisation program in Guantanamo," Lieutenant-Colonel Jon Jackson said, recalling a psychiatrist who testified that Khadr was beyond redemption and a danger to society.
While most successful managers possess a keen intuition, the ones who called me reported they hadn't listened to their intuitive feelings that things were soured beyond redemption.
I've thought for some time that the champ would be tailor-made for Denman and fully expected the news of his appointment to be greeted with universal approval, outside of the murkier recesses of some of the forums where he, and every other jockey currently riding, is slated on a daily basis as clueless and crooked beyond redemption.
General Lamb said the Taleban's hardline Islamic leadership is beyond redemption and accounts for more than ten per cent of the insurgency.
It has taken 20 years to get this far and in that 20 years the whole of the area has been eroded beyond redemption.
Klaatu (Keanu Reeves), a representative of all the other civilisations in the galaxy, comes to earth to see if mankind is beyond redemption.
With the start of the 2008 Games less than two weeks away, we hope that he keeps speaking out and enlists others to join him, including world and corporate leaders and the International Olympic Committee -- if that troubled organization is not already beyond redemption.
This fellow on death row told me that the family of his victim argued that he should not be killed for what he did, that he was not beyond redemption, and as a result he did not receive the death penalty for his crime.
Such is the nature of this ongoing battle that pessimists can argue that Iran's sociopolitical system is authoritarian to the core and is beyond redemption," he writes, "while optimists can argue that the conservative-reformist struggle is the dynamic of Islamic democracy that Iran's leaders are attempting to create as a working model for the rest of the Muslim world--the first attempt of the kind.
It is the fashion among dillettants and fops (perhaps I myself am not guiltless,) to decry the whole formulation of the active politics of America, as beyond redemption, and to be carefully kept away from.
The essence of freedom in the Christian tradition is the belief that no one is beyond redemption, that we can always begin again.