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To cancel or not exact penalty for (an offense); forgive
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  1. To cancel or not exact penalty for (an offense); forgive
  2. To allow (an offense or fault) to pass without punishment or disfavor.
  3. To overlook (a discourtesy, etc.)
To fail to notice or consider; miss:
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  1. To fail to notice or consider; miss:
  2. To ignore deliberately or indulgently; disregard:
  3. To ignore; neglect
(Idiomatic, intransitive) Absolve completely for a past wrongdoing; pardon with neither resentment nor a view to retribution.
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  1. (Idiomatic, intransitive) Absolve completely for a past wrongdoing; pardon with neither resentment nor a view to retribution.
To alleviate the symptoms of (a disease or disorder).
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  1. To alleviate the symptoms of (a disease or disorder).
  2. To make (an offense or crime) seem less serious; extenuate.
  3. To lessen the pain or severity of without actually curing; alleviate; ease
To serve as justification for:
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  1. To serve as justification for:
  2. To permit to leave
  3. To try to minimize or pardon (a fault); apologize or give reasons for
To overlook, forgive, or disregard (an offense) without protest or censure.
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  1. To overlook, forgive, or disregard (an offense) without protest or censure.
  2. To forgive, pardon, or overlook (an offense)
To forgive or pardon (sins, offenses, etc.)
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  1. To forgive or pardon (sins, offenses, etc.)
  2. To let slacken; decrease
  3. (Obs.) To give up; surrender
(--- Informal) To disregard on purpose. Usually used in the imperative:
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  1. (--- Informal) To disregard on purpose. Usually used in the imperative:
  2. To forget things; be forgetful
  3. To banish from one's thoughts:
(Obs.) To melt
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  1. (Obs.) To melt
  2. To become more lenient, compassionate, or forgiving.
  3. To become less severe or intense; slacken:
To relieve of (a duty, obligation, etc.)
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  1. To relieve of (a duty, obligation, etc.)
  2. To free from a charge or the imputation of guilt; declare or prove blameless; exculpate
  3. To clear of guilt or responsibility, particularly to establish the innocence of a prisoner on death row. See also exculpate. To clear of guilt or responsibility, particularly to establish the innocence of a prisoner on death row. See also exculpate.
To clear of suspicion; to determine the innocence of another. To clear of suspicion; to determine the innocence of another.
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  1. To clear of suspicion; to determine the innocence of another. To clear of suspicion; to determine the innocence of another.
  2. To free from blame; declare or prove guiltless
  3. To clear of guilt or blame.
(Idiomatic) To ignore or disregard a past offense (when dealing with another individual).
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  1. (Idiomatic) To ignore or disregard a past offense (when dealing with another individual).
(Accounting) To remove a portion of a debt or an amount of an account owed to you counting it as a loss (as a gesture of goodwill for example)
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  1. (Accounting) To remove a portion of a debt or an amount of an account owed to you counting it as a loss (as a gesture of goodwill for example)
  2. (Accounting) To reduce an asset's book value to zero
  3. Figuratively, to assign a low value to something.
(Archaic) To release or discharge from an obligation, such as a debt.
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  1. (Archaic) To release or discharge from an obligation, such as a debt.
  2. (Followed by “of”, formerly by “from”) To set free, release or discharge from an obligation, duty, liability, burden, or from an accusation or charge.
  3. To release from a duty, obligation, etc.
To allow (an offense or fault) to pass without punishment or disfavor.
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  1. To allow (an offense or fault) to pass without punishment or disfavor.
  2. To release (a person) from punishment or disfavor for wrongdoing or a fault:
  3. To release (a person) from further punishment for a crime
To cause or allow to move away or spread from a source or place of confinement:
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  1. To cause or allow to move away or spread from a source or place of confinement:
  2. To set free from physical restraint or binding; let go:
  3. To loosen; to relax; to remove the obligation of.
To overlook, forgive, or disregard (an offense) without protest or censure.
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  1. To overlook, forgive, or disregard (an offense) without protest or censure.
  2. To forgive, pardon, or overlook (an offense)
To give permission to leave; release:
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  1. To give permission to leave; release:
  2. To apologize for (oneself) for an act that could cause offense:
  3. To grant pardon to; forgive:
To cancel or not exact penalty for (an offense); forgive
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  1. To cancel or not exact penalty for (an offense); forgive
  2. To release (a person) from further punishment for a crime
  3. To allow (an offense or fault) to pass without punishment or disfavor.
To let slacken; decrease
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  1. To let slacken; decrease
  2. To pardon; forgive:
  3. To forgive or pardon (sins, offenses, etc.)
Find another word for forgive. In this page you can discover 42 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for forgive, like: pardon, overlook, dismiss from the mind, efface from the memory, pocket the affront, forgive-and-forget, let pass, palliate, excuse, condone and remit.