merciful

[ mur-si-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF merciful

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MERCIFUL

He was merciful only when you paid for His mercy in advance.

God will bless them, not because they have earned a reward, but because He is merciful and gracious.

She had re-appeared; it was she herself who now sobbed and besought him to be tender and merciful.

Whatever this dreadful secret is, be merciful, and God will bless you!'

She will put her hands together and pray you to be merciful.

But, after all, fortune was merciful, and I was gone; the Major had summoned me--his brother had come.

If there be Gods, they are merciful; but thou art a savage and unrelenting monster.

The laddie needs twa mithers, and the Merciful has gien him the twa!

Doubtless all that was a folly which merciful chances have spared me.

Be ye therefore merciful, as your Father in heaven also is merciful.

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