Verb(1) grant remission of a sin to
(1) Pascal accompanies the priest on his regular visit to shrive the residents of the local mental hospital, and finds himself hearing one of the confessions, almost but not quite by accident.(2) none of her chaplains knew English or French enough to shrive the king(3) In the week immediately before lent everyone shall go to his confessor and confess his deeds and the confessor shall so shrive him and make pancakes.(4) Neither is he one of those Fianna FÔö£├¡il people who argues that the party needs to shrive itself and get back to basics.(5) Moreover, contrition must be continual, and a man must keep and hold a steadfast purpose to shrive himself and to amend his way of life.(6) Without the direct intervention of God's angels, William cannot recognize it and be shriven of it.(7) And if he live until his last day, scarcely then may he shrive himself or then remember his sins, or repent of them, because of the grievous malady about to cause his death.
1. absolve ::
Different Formsshrive, shrived, shrives, shriving
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