clemency[ klem-uhn-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF clemency
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLEMENCY
Yet I forgive you all, that by this clemency I may move you to a better love and loyalty.
Was this his clemency—this sparing of my life that he might submit it to an eternal shame?
The censures of Bishop Wilson on such offences did not err on the side of clemency.
I did not doubt, no, I could not doubt, the king's clemency.
The acts of the court little agreed with these words of clemency.
A rupture with France seemed inevitable, and as to clemency, there was no danger of it.
Still, in our mercy and clemency, we incline to show you favour.
Their conduct could hardly lead them to expect much from the Emperor's clemency.
The clemency of kings is for the guilty, sire; I prefer the justice of men!
I was astounded at the clemency of the soldiers, who allowed them to live.