Excuse me all to hell



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I apologize; I am sorry •Most often said ironically, when one thinks an accusation has been undeserved or too strong

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    [verb ik-skyooz; noun ik-skyoos] /verb ɪkˈskyuz; noun ɪkˈskyus/ verb (used with object), excused, excusing. 1. to regard or judge with forgiveness or indulgence; pardon or forgive; overlook (a fault, error, etc.): Excuse his bad manners. 2. to offer an apology for; seek to remove the blame of: He excused his absence by saying that he […]

  • Excusive

    [verb ik-skyooz; noun ik-skyoos] /verb ɪkˈskyuz; noun ɪkˈskyus/ verb (used with object), excused, excusing. 1. to regard or judge with forgiveness or indulgence; pardon or forgive; overlook (a fault, error, etc.): Excuse his bad manners. 2. to offer an apology for; seek to remove the blame of: He excused his absence by saying that he […]



  • Excuss

    [ik-skuhs] /ɪkˈskʌs/ verb (used with object), Law. 1. to take possession of (goods) by legal authority.

  • Excussio

    [ek-skuhsh-ee-oh] /ɛkˈskʌʃ iˌoʊ/ noun, Civil Law. 1. the exhausting of every remedy against a principal debtor before proceeding against a surety.



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