indemnify

[ in-dem-nuh-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF indemnify

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But the law does not even seek to indemnify a man from all harms.

To indemnify himself he taxes for these, for forces their use.

And you,” he added, turning to me,—“are you willing to indemnify this man for damage done?

We have seen how he had already been enabled to indemnify himself.

If that is the case, you should indemnify the Rondics for their loss.

It is not asked of the House to indemnify the loss of these sufferers.

The moments I have with you, my child, indemnify my soul for the days of dull routine.

A thousand means were thought of to indemnify me for the time I lost.

Denham has undertaken to indemnify me in any risks I run in procuring him specimens.

If actual harm does occur, I'm sure the government will indemnify you.

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