pardon

357 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[pˈɑːdən], [pˈɑːdən], [p_ˈɑː_d_ə_n]
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Synonyms for Pardon:

dismissal (noun)

absolution, amnesty, concession, dismissal, dispensation, exception, exemption, freedom, immunity, liberty, permission, relief, waiver.

forgiveness (noun)

clemency, exoneration, forgiveness, mercy, toleration, vindication.

vindication (noun)

acquittal, apology, exculpation, mitigation, refutation.

acquit (verb)

absolve, acquit, clear, defray, discharge, dismiss, exculpate, excuse, exonerate, forgive, free, liberate, release, vindicate.

dismiss (verb)

dispel, except, exempt, license, permit, privilege, relieve, reprieve, stay.

forgive (verb)

condone, forbear, forget, overlook, relent, remit, show mercy, tolerate.

vindicate (verb)

apologize, avenge, mitigate, refute.

Other synonyms and related words:

Disenthrall, I beg your pardon, Ruth, Uncage, abate, accept, acknowledge, acquitment, acquittance, act of grace, affront, again, alas, allow, allow for, allowance, anchor, annul, apologise, ask pardon, assist, assoil, award, award a reprieve, bail, bar, be blind to, be lenient, be penitent, be sorry for, bear with, beg off, beg pardon, benevolence, bland, blink at, bottomless, breakout, bury the hatchet, buy on credit, charge, charitable, citation, clarify, clearance, clearing, commiseration, commute, compassion, compassionate, compassionately, compurgation, conciliate, conciliation, condemnation, condolence, condonable, condonation, condones, condoning, confess, confirm, contrite, cry peccavi, curacy, curate, cure, decipher, decontaminate, define, deliver, deliverance, delivery, destigmatization, destigmatize, destigmatizing, disclose, disculpation, disengage, dispense from, disregard, do penance, easily, easygoing, emancipate, enfranchise, escaped, escapee, excusal, excuse me, excuse of forgive, exempt from, explain, explicate, expound, extend mercy, extenuation, fair l'amende honorable, favor, favour, feeling, find innocent, finish, forbearance, forgave, forget about, forget an injury, forgive and forget, forgiven, forgiver, forgives, forgiving, forgivingly, free from blame, free pardon, freeing, furlough, generously, gentle, give a reprieve, give absolution, give quarter, give satisfaction, gloss over, grace, gracious, graciously, grant a reprieve, grant amnesty, grant amnesty to, grant forgiveness, grant immunity, grant mercy, grant remission, grimly, have mercy on, have mercy upon, have pity, heavy, help, hope, huh, humanely, humanity, humble oneself, ignore, implore pardon, indemnification, indemnity, indulge, indulgence, indulgent, indulgently, intense, interpret, justification, justify, kindly, kindness, knock under, learn by experience, lend on interest, lenience, leniency, lenient, leniently, lenity, let, let go, let loose, let off easy, let out, let pass, let ride, let up on, let-off, liberally, lifeboat, lifesaver, lustrate, magnanimously, make allowance for, make allowances, make allowances for, make excuses, manumit, melt, mercifully, mercifulness, mercilessly, mildly, miserable, neglect, never tell me, nonpros, oblivion, overlooking, pacify, paltry, pardon me, pardonable, pardoner, pardons, parole, pass over, pathetic, pathos, penitent, perhaps, piteous, pitiable, pitiful, pity, placate, plead guilty, pocket the affront, profound, propitiate, prove innocent, punishment, purgation, purge, purging, purify, quarter, quash the charge, quietus, quittance, rationalise, rationalize, recant, reclaim, redeem, redemption, regret, regretfully, relax, remission, remission of sin, remittal, remorseful, repent, reprieval, rescue, resign, respectfully, respite, revenge, rue, ruthlessly, salvation, seem, self-pity, sell on credit, send away, set at liberty, set free, shake hands, shrift, shrive, shut eyes to, sing de profundis, sing miserere, slough over, small town, sorrowful, sorry, spare, sparing, spring, submit, suspend charges, sympathy, take pity on, thaw, think better of, to forgive, tolerantly, turn from sin, unchain, understanding, unfetter, unforgiving, unforgivingly, unloose, unrelentingly, vast plain, vengefully, verdict of acquittal, vindictively, what, whitewash, wink at, wipe slate clean, wish, withdraw the charge, write off, your humble servant.

Rhymes for Pardon:

  1. harden, garden;

Quotes for Pardon:

  1. I have strongly rejected the proposal to pardon and transfer her to the United States. I do not have the legal power to pardon terrorists and even if I did, I would not use it. Alberto Fujimori.
  2. We are all serving a life sentence, and good behavior is our only hope for a pardon Douglas Horton.
  3. We are all full of weakness and errors; let us mutually pardon each other our follies- it is the first law of nature. Voltaire.

Idioms of Pardon:

  1. Pardon my French,;
  2. Never ask pardon before you are accused;
  3. pardon me for breathing/ existing/ living!;