forgave forgave  /fər ˈɡeɪv/


  1. (v) stop blaming or grant forgiveness
  2. (v) absolve from payment


  1. And then one day she forgave me, she accepted me.
  2. Many British fans never forgave Eno when he split from Roxy Music after just two albums and headed off into musical outer space.
  3. But I knew that she forgave me.


  1. Forgiving the Terrorist who Killed Her Brother

    Bill Leff chats with Lisa Gibson who forgave the terrorist who killed her brother as part of the TWA 800 attack. She used this experience to become an international conflict coach who helps with tough situations across cultures, workplaces and …
    on June 21, 2013     Source: WGN Radio Chicago

  2. Forgiven to forgive others

    A woman washed Jesus’ feet with her tears. She came to Jesus in faith and he forgave her sins. But, a Pharisee showed no mercy or love.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Baytown Sun


  1. "My father forgave him and my family has forgiven him. That's consistent with God's law," George Wallace Jr. said in Montgomery, Ala.
    on Nov 8, 2007 By: George Wallace Jr Source: USA Today

  2. "We don't have no communication," Sheffield said. "I love and respect Barry to this day. I had a problem with him at that time, but I moved on and forgave."
    on Jul 13, 2007 By: Gary Sheffield Source: ESPN

  3. "And then she forgave me, and we went to work on it," Edwards said.
    on Aug 15, 2008 By: John Edwards Source: Detroit Free Press

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