Absolution in a Sentence
Definition of Absolution
setting free from guilt, sin or penalty; forgiveness of an offense
Use Absolution in a sentence
The killer got on his knees and begged for absolution at his execution.
Because Sarah already forgave her husband for cheating the first time, she refused to offer him absolution for cheating a second time.
The only way Blake will earn my absolution is if he apologizes and makes no excuses for what he did.
Jesus spoke about forgiveness and gave absolution from sin.
Even though you wronged me, I will grant you absolution so I can let go of the pain and be at peace.
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