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And El-Soo had wit—rarely sharp to hurt, yet quick to search out forgivable weakness.
LOST FACEJACK LONDON
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?
BOOK OF ETIQUETTE, VOLUME 2LILLIAN EICHLER WATSON
It will be dreadfuller and bitterer; its horrors will be less and less forgivable; it will leave vast sundering floods of hate.
NEW YORK TIMES CURRENT HISTORY; THE EUROPEAN WAR, VOL 2, NO. 4, JULY, 1915VARIOUS
It was inevitable, and in a sense forgivable, seeing that it had been brought about by Bartie's sheer impossibility.
THE TREE OF HEAVENMAY SINCLAIR
The smile of peace and pardon on the statue's illumined face seemed to make all sin forgivable in this haunt of holy dreams.
EVERYMAN'S LANDC. N. WILLIAMSON AND A. M. WILLIAMSON
In this way it managed to do a considerable amount of good, and its yellowness became forgivable, even commendable.
THE SPORT OF THE GODSPAUL LAURENCE DUNBAR
Well, it is forgivable in them, but how can a Christian suffer?
THE JOURNAL OF LEO TOLSTOI (FIRST VOLUME--1895-1899)LEO TOLSTOI
"And that is the least forgivable form," said Lady Sellingworth.
DECEMBER LOVEROBERT HICHENS
It outraged something that was simply outside the sphere of things forgivable.
FIDELITYSUSAN GLASPELL
And so I know that whatever might happen you would be forgivable.
THE TIGRESSANNE WARNER

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