That means,'' said Wamba, ``that she does not forgive
him at all.
I never shall forgive
you," was Jo's stern answer, and from that moment she ignored Amy entirely.
But do say that you forgive
me, Nathalie," he entreated, softening.
A moment later she was reading Tom's piece of bark through flowing tears and saying: "I could forgive
the boy, now, if he'd committed a million sins
she offered to forgive
the past, if I would marry Eliza.
I beg that gentleman, if he has it in his power, to inform that young woman from me that I forgive
her her bad conduct towards myself, and that I call her to repentance - if he will be so good.
Tell her, I forgive
her; tell her I will come-- at the very last.
Cosmus, duke of Florence, had a desperate saying against perfidious or neglecting friends, as if those wrongs were unpardonable; You shall read (saith he) that we are commanded to forgive
our enemies; but you never read, that we are commanded to forgive
It was as joyful to be forgiven past unworthinesses as to forgive
But if I forgive
her for the sake of doing right, then let union with her have only a spiritual aim.
And they all forgave her; I never knew of one who did not forgive
her; I think had there been one it would have proved that there was a flaw in her.
Methought that it was I who was trying to save you, and may heaven forgive
me else, for surely that be my only excuse for running away from a handful of swords.
She 's sorry, I know, and won't forget what you say any more, if you 'll forgive
her this once," cried Polly, very earnestly, when the foolish little story was told.
Say to Ariel, 'I forgive
him; and one day I will let him see me again.
The doctor had acquainted his brother with what had past between Mr Allworthy and him; and added with a smile, "I promise you I paid you off; nay, I absolutely desired the good gentleman not to forgive
you: for you know after he had made a declaration in your favour, I might with safety venture on such a request with a person of his temper; and I was willing, as well for your sake as for my own, to prevent the least possibility of a suspicion.