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"He is more forgiving than you think, Tom," said she, smiling.

A more forgiving spirit than his never filled any one I think.

AS he kinder, more forgiving, more self-sacrificing than Buddha?

WAS he kinder, more forgiving, more self-sacrificing than Buddha?

Where there is a proper consideration, no man is more forgiving.

Of course, you are hurt and offended; but you are more forgiving than a woman—a man should be.

This thought did not sting him now; it softened him, made him look with a more forgiving eye upon tempted human nature.

John at this time began to feel a more forgiving spirit toward Auersperg.

Have I become more generous, more truthful, more considerate, more forgiving?

You had better get dressed and go at once to your aunt's and remain there till you have a more forgiving spirit.