indemnity

[ in-dem-ni-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF indemnity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDEMNITY

The right of indemnity does not, however, constitute the principal point.

Once in their clutches, and there would be no pardon and no indemnity.

Indemnity, swift and condign, does what mortal hand can do to heal the hurt.

But Monroe could not obtain any concession of principle or promise of indemnity.

Invernahyle was afterwards pardoned under the Act of Indemnity.

The process of cleaning-up after the War involves an Indemnity Bill.

But, after all, the cancelation of the German indemnity is something.

Of all the countries that received an indemnity, America was the only one that tried to forget.

Pewee was now sure that the boat had been taken as indemnity for the chicken and the eggs.

And that he was liberate upon the terms of the indemnity, &c.

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