And you cannot have said you were sorry, or he would have forgiven you!
It was the first time he had ever felt the cut of a whip, and the blow was not forgiven.
O mother, I have forgiven him, and he will now take me to Riolama, to our people.
It's well he's dead, for if he had lived, I am afraid I should have forgiven him.
For every sauce invented and accepted a vice is renounced and forgiven.
I should have it in my power to be forgiven for all at once, before Wednesday night.
Both might be forgiven, however, for a little nervousness and excitement.
Then, when she had forgiven him, he would take her with him that very hour.
I should never be forgiven, if I were to let you—and Miss Dorrit—go, without doing so.
Besides (she angrily told her looking-glass), she didn't want to be forgiven.