Absolutory



giving absolution.

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  • Absolve

    to free from guilt or blame or their consequences: The court absolved her of guilt in his death. to set free or release, as from some duty, obligation, or responsibility (usually followed by from): to be absolved from one’s oath. to grant pardon for. Ecclesiastical. to grant or pronounce remission of sins to. to remit […]

  • Absolvent

    to free from guilt or blame or their consequences: The court absolved her of guilt in his death. to set free or release, as from some duty, obligation, or responsibility (usually followed by from): to be absolved from one’s oath. to grant pardon for. Ecclesiastical. to grant or pronounce remission of sins to. to remit […]



  • Absolver

    to free from guilt or blame or their consequences: The court absolved her of guilt in his death. to set free or release, as from some duty, obligation, or responsibility (usually followed by from): to be absolved from one’s oath. to grant pardon for. Ecclesiastical. to grant or pronounce remission of sins to. to remit […]

  • Absonant

    dissonant; discordant (usually followed by from or to): behavior that is absonant to nature. Historical Examples absonant, ab′so-nant, adj. discordant: absurd: unnatural (with to or from)—opp. Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various



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