mitigation

[ mit-i-gey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF mitigation

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The mitigation of that horror they condemn, resent, and often ascribe to the devil.

What must I do, said I, to obtain a mitigation of the present sufferings of the two teachers?

They promised themselves some mitigation of their sufferings.

But even that mitigation, for so much as it might be worth, was denied to him.

Hear what his friends can say in mitigation and report to me.

But is there not some way in which I could obtain a mitigation of their punishment?

It may be months before there is any mitigation of the lameness.

I have no defence to offer in mitigation but that of frenzy.

But Anna Leopoldowna mitigated his punishment—what a mitigation!

What he had to do would be done more quickly without its mitigation.

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