forgiving : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v stop blaming or grant forgiveness
- v absolve from payment
- a inclined or able to forgive and show mercy
a kindly forgiving nature
a forgiving embrace to the naughty child
- s providing absolution
- Invention may not normally spring from an ex-con's backyard laboratory, but postwar Japan was a forgivingand hungryplace.
- So, will this forgiving trait help Bynum keep her flock? Yes, say Butler and others.
- The easiest level is forgiving enough for even the most tone-deaf warbler to win a round or two.
News & Articles
- A Family's Secrets And Sorrows Surface In 'Heatwave'
Maggie O'Farrell's new novel, Instructions for a Heatwave , follows a troubled Irish Catholic family in London over the course of four scorching July days in 1976. Reviewer Heller McAlpin says Heatwave is a beautiful book about "the importance of forgiving those you love."
June 19, 2013 - NPR
- SUMPTER TWP.: Officials help residents at risk of foreclosure
The Torres family and their attorney came before the Sumpter Board of Trustees May 28 asking for help in the form of the township forgiving all or part of the $24,000 second mortgage on their house, a first step toward settling with the bank on a short sale.
June 17, 2013 - The Belleville View
- Elton John in Before It's News
He adds: "Jesus wanted us to be loving and forgiving. I don't know what makes people so cruel. Try being a gay woman in the Middle East - you're as good as dead."
- Jack Nicklaus in Sydney Morning Herald
Our public is pretty forgiving at times,Nicklaus said. "I think the hardest thing is obviously his family. That's a private matter for him and his family."
- Luke Donald in Forbes
The greens are usually a little more forgiving in the morning, the putts are smoother, and you can control your ball better,Donald said. "Other than that, it wasn't too different."