forgivable

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORGIVABLE

That belief would be forgivable in him if it wasn't so often true.

Well, it is forgivable in them, but how can a Christian suffer?

"And that is the least forgivable form," said Lady Sellingworth.

And so I know that whatever might happen you would be forgivable.

It was not the sermon: he is quite a forgivable good man in his way.

Ireland is peculiarly rich in these forgivable vagaries about birds.

Is it forgivable to bend across a man or woman and raise the window without a word of excuse, or a cordial smile of understanding?

"Sipping here and there," and a forgivable vanity lightened Warren's face.

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