pardonably


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Synonyms for pardonably

in an excusable manner or to an excusable degree

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The new Guardian is still feeling pardonably proud of itself, swanking around in its smart new format.
then with the Reds, most pardonably joined in the raves as he said, "Kenny is impressive in all the five important categories in the game (hitting for average, hitting with power, running, throwing, fielding).
by challenging my antiracist credentials, of which he was pardonably unaware).
Herder's) generally negative view of myths commonly regarded as pardonably false beliefs.
Accordingly, such countries as Holland and Sweden, sometime empires both, "might pardonably regard their history as in a manner wound up.