To grant forgiveness to or for: condone , excuse , pardon , remit. He forgave her for stealing his watch. There is no doubt that we live in a world that needs to be forgiven. He showed great forgiveness towards them. The difference between forgiving and being forgiven. Now and then he asked her whether she could possibly forgive him, and she answered, "I have already forgiven you, Henry. Pardon more strongly implies release from the liability for or penalty entailed by an offense: After the revolution all political prisoners were pardoned. She had forgiven him, God bless her, and he felt the manlier for it.
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