pardon


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Synonyms for pardon

Synonyms for pardon

to grant forgiveness to or for

the act or an instance of forgiving

Synonyms for pardon

the act of excusing a mistake or offense

a warrant granting release from punishment for an offense

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the formal act of liberating someone

accept an excuse for

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grant a pardon to

References in classic literature ?
By my faith, I could pardon the unhappy Vortigern, had he half the cause that we now witness, for making shipwreck of his honour and his kingdom.
This damsel by her own confession speaks as one in love, for which I am not to blame, and therefore need not ask pardon, either of her or of your excellence, whom I entreat to have a better opinion of me, and once more to give me leave to pursue my journey.
O pardon, O pardon," said the Bishop, "O pardon, I you pray.
The governor of New York may pardon in all cases, even in those of impeachment, except for treason and murder.
Some months ago, we had - you will pardon my referring to it, it is absolutely necessary - but we had an unfortunate difference as to facts.
Then if through excess of love I have rendered myself culpable toward you, you will pardon me?
Yes, yes," he said, "I will pardon you if you tell me all.
And now, my noble Lord - Nay, pardon, I have here a Lucca damask, The very web of silver and the roses So cunningly wrought that they lack perfume merely To cheat the wanton sense.
That evening and thereafter for a week they gave the Chapins the official history, as one gives it to lodgers, of Friars Pardon the house and its five farms.
But the young wrens said: 'We will not eat yet, the bear must come to the nest, and beg for pardon and say that we are honourable children, before we will do that.
I have traveled during the night forty leagues to come and ask pardon of the comte, whom I supposed to be still living, and to pray God, on the tomb of Raoul, that he would send me all the misfortunes I have merited, except a single one.
They say great rewards will now be distributed, and surely a pardon would be granted.
A GOVERNOR visiting a State prison was implored by a Convict to pardon him.
heard in the words, "I beg your pardon," and it is not consistent with
I will pick the glove up; but, certes, I shall abide what I have done unless he first crave my pardon for what he hath said and done.