Sentence example with the word 'absolve'

absolve

acquit, clear, discharge, except, exonerate, grant amnesty to, justify, nullify, receive absolution, save the necessity, whitewash

Definition v. grant remission of a sin to

Last update: April 9, 2018

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The fact you did not shoot the storeowner during your gang’s robbery does not absolve you of his death.   [verb]

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If you wish to absolve yourself of your sins, you must first confess them and not repeat the same actions.   [verb]

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And further, he commands you to absolve the bishops you have excommunicated.   [Please select]

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I demand that you absolve it from the scandal.   [verb]

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I think you may be absolved of your promise.   [verb]

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"I cheerfully absolve you from any obligations which may weigh heavily upon you."   [Please select]

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A person today was absolved of the crime by the court.   [Please select]

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ASSOILZIED, absolved, acquitted.   [verb]

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For herself she expected nothing, felt absolved from every duty except the one of protecting herself and her name from dishonour and humiliation.   [verb]

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She confessed to him, and he absolved her from her sins.   [verb]

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"I come to confess and to absolve thee," answered the Grand Master.   [verb]

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