forgiving

[ fer-giv-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF forgiving

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORGIVING

Are none to be gentle and kind, none to be piteous and forgiving?

He has suffered too much at my hands to be in a forgiving mood.

Forgiving does not mean forgetting—at least, it does not with me.

Previously she had been forgiving and not seriously offended, even when he had been blind drunk.

He was forgiving and forbearing and kinder than I had any right to expect.

Impetuous, perhaps, but so sweet and generous and forgiving.

Ay, he knew that there and then he was about to break that forgiving heart forever.

"'Tis a jest, my master," said he, with a forgiving yet contemptuous wave.

"May God keep your heart ever as pure and noble and forgiving," he murmured brokenly.

He is about the least forgiving man I ever knew or heard of.

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