Noun(1) leniency and compassion shown toward offenders by a person or agency charged with administering justice(2) a disposition to be kind and forgiving(3) the feeling that motivates compassion(4) something for which to be thankful(5) alleviation of distress; showing great kindness toward the distressed
(1) Could Hashem not find it within His infinite mercy to forgive Moshe's one sin?(2) It was, he says, a mercy that it happened so swiftly.(3) A school headteacher is to go on a mercy mission to Westminster in a last-ditch attempt to save seven of his pupils from deportation.(4) Philomena Smyth said the walk was the first fund-raising activity for the mercy mission.(5) Littleborough charity worker Glenda is off an a mercy mission to help children affected by the world's worst nuclear disaster.(6) One of those taking part in the mercy mission is 17-year-old Sarah.(7) The only moral action is kill the terrorist without mercy or regret, and thus protect innocent lives against future acts of terrorism.(8) A charity worker has thanked people in Harwich for their support ahead of a mercy mission to Romania.(9) The person with the lower voice is in the authority position, in that she is the one causing harm and from whom mercy is begged.(10) I was entirely at the mercy of a poor manager(11) Finally, the Queen showed a little mercy , allowing the couple to meet once every year on the Silver River.(12) The modern day Mrs. Claus is embarking on a mercy mission to Romania, to bring a little bit of Christmas spirit into the lives of orphaned children.(13) There are instances in which Mohammed behaved harshly and unjustly in his dealings with people and without mercy towards his enemies.(14) However, the mercy mission has proved controversial because it is being funded by taxpayers money - something some residents have complained about.(15) An aerial mercy mission answered the prayers of the monks of Caldey Island to watch the televised funeral of the Pope.(16) It didn't occur to us to wonder what they thought of us, which might have been a mercy .
(1) have mercy :: trugarha
1. leniency ::
2. blessing ::
Different Formsmercies, mercy
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