lenity[ len-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF lenity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LENITY
But do not imagine that with all this lenity I have for a moment given up my plan of her marriage.
Since that, other things have come to our knowledge to make us repent our lenity.
The inhabitants were treated with a lenity as wise as it was humane.
The commons seem to have been more inclined to lenity than the lords.
This lenity of the king's came too late to remedy the disorders.
So much for Popish clemency and Jesuit lenity to the poor operative.
Shall I come unto you with a Rod, or in love, and the spirit of lenity?
None of them would he embrace, and he thought scorn of my lenity.
She seldom deviated into either extreme of rigour or lenity.
Such are the Poems towards which I entreat the lenity of the Public.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR LENITY
- good will