Part of speech:
Careful in spending or using; frugal
Highly moral, especially in showing kindness or forgiveness, as in overlooking insults or not seeking revenge.
Inclined not to be harsh or strict; merciful or indulgent:
Full of mercy; compassionate:
Of, for, or concerned with charity:
Forbearing; lenient; merciful
Granted to an individual because of an emergency or other unusual circumstances:
The definition of indulgent is someone who is lenient or who gives into whims and desires.
Capable of being placated; readily pacified; forgiving
Remitting; forgiving; abating.
Able to digest or metabolize a food, drug, or other substance or compound:
That may be excused or overlooked; excusable
A formal freeing (from guilt or obligation); forgiveness
The definition of amnesty is the act of releasing or protecting a person or persons from prosecution for wrongdoings.
A method of alternative dispute resolution whereby a third party, who is usually but not necessarily neutral, meets with the parties and assists them to find a way to settle their dispute. See also arbitration, mediation, and summary proceeding.
The forgiveness, purposeful disregard, or tacit approval by a victim of another’s illegal or objectionable act, especially by treating the other person as if nothing happened.
(R.C.Ch.) A partial or complete remission, under conditions specified by the Church, of divine temporal punishment that may otherwise still be due for sin committed but forgiven
A lenient act.
To show forgiveness; be inclined to forgive
Pardon is defined as to excuse or forgive for a minor offense.
Allowing no room for adjustments or for errors or weakness; inflexible, exacting, harsh, etc.
Find another word for forgiving. In this page you can discover 35 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for forgiving, like: sparing, magnanimous, lenient, accepting, humane, kind, merciful, absolutory, charitable, clement and compassionate.