pardwn, bardwn, maddeuant, bardynau, mhardwn, mhardynau, pardynau, phardwn, phardynaumaddeuwch, maddau, faddeuant, maddeuant, faddau, faddeui, faddeuen, faddeua, faddeuasant, faddeuasai, faddeuan, faddeuaist, faddeuais, faddeuai, faddeuaf, faddeua’, faddeuem, faddeuasem, faddeuasent, faddeuasid, faddeuasit, faddeuasoch, faddeuasom, faddeuaswn, faddeuech, faddeued, faddeuent, faddeuoch, faddeuer, faddeues, faddeuest, faddeuet, faddeuid, faddeuiff, faddeuir, faddeuith, maddeua, faddeuo, faddeuodd, faddeuom, faddeuon, faddeuont, faddeuwch, faddeuwn, faddeuwyd, faddeuwyf, faddeuych, maddeuasem, maddeuir, maddeuych, maddeuaf, maddeuai, maddeuais, maddeuaist, maddeuan, maddeuasai, maddeuasant, maddeuasech, maddeuwyf, maddeuasent, maddeuasid, maddeuasit, maddeuasoch, maddeuasom, maddeuaswn, maddeuech, maddeua’, maddeued, maddeuem, maddeuen, maddeuent, maddeuer, maddeues, maddeuest, maddeuet, maddeui, maddeuid, maddeuiff, faddeuasech, maddeuith, maddeuo, maddeuoch, maddeuodd, maddeuom, maddeuon, maddeuont, maddeuwn, maddeuwydmaddau
Noun(1) the act of excusing a mistake or offense(2) a warrant granting release from punishment for an offense(3) the formal act of liberating someone
Verb(1) accept an excuse for(2) grant a pardon to
(1) I know Catherine will pardon me(2) These foreigners who ask pardon from us, we will hand them over to the United Nations.(3) Claudia Kramatschek gives a very instructive insight into Pakistani literature - pardon , into Urdu, Sindhi, Pashto, Punjabi and Balochi literature.(4) But we are out here in the middle of the desert, and somewhere in Kuwait, so, I think our viewers will pardon us.(5) He turned from his sins to Christ and found pardon and power through His death and resurrection.(6) Please pardon the delay in my response to your response to my inquiry regarding Fr.(7) Every New Yorker is forgiven for acting like a wide-eyed tourist for at least a couple months per year, and I take my pardon and run with it├ö├ç┬¬(8) Thirdly, it was conceded by the applicant's own witnesses that a decision by the President of Singapore on the advice of cabinet to comply with the undertaking and grant a pardon was not justiciable in Singapore.(9) The religion of love lives now, the Torah of forgiveness and pardon rules among the people├ö├ç┬¬ Now you'll see what glad tidings I will bring to you.(10) The branches hereof are pardon of sin, and personal acceptance.(11) Pressure has been building on the British Government to pardon the Irish soldiers for more than a decade.(12) Let us rejoice in the reality of God's pardon of all our sins.(13) When these men appear in leet records it is often to intervene in cases to persuade bailiffs to pardon offenders.(14) I smile, as I used to do with the hard men who worked for my mysterious but powerful father, and ask their pardon in my broken Arabic.(15) It is easy to excuse incompetence, it is unacceptable to pardon impropriety.(16) ├ö├ç├┐As I ask pardon of those whom I have offended, I freely forgive whatever has seemed to be unfair to me,├ö├ç├û he said.
1. forgiveness ::
2. reprieve ::
3. amnesty ::
4. forgive ::
5. exonerate ::
6. excuse ::
7. what did you say ::
beth wnaethoch chi ei ddweud
1. penalty ::
2. retribution ::
Different Formspardon, pardonable, pardoned, pardoner, pardoners, pardoning, pardons
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