Synonyms for absolved
|Grammar : Verb|
|Spell : ab-zolv, -solv|
|Phonetic Transcription : æbˈzɒlv, -ˈsɒlv|
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Définition of absolvedOrigin :
- early 15c., from Latin absolvere "set free, loosen, acquit," from ab- "from" (see ab-) + solvere "loosen" (see solve). Related: Absolved; absolving.
- verb free from responsibility, duty
- Clennam again assured him that he absolved it of the responsibility.
- Extract from : « Little Dorrit » by Charles Dickens
- There are a number of causes and for some of them finance cannot be absolved from responsibility.
- Extract from : « High Finance » by Otto H. Kahn
- St. Benedict, probably, was not a priest, and had not absolved them as regards their guilt.
- Extract from : « The Phantom World » by Augustin Calmet
- He was so happy that he had found her that he could have absolved her of a deeper blame than this.
- Extract from : « The Duke Of Chimney Butte » by G. W. Ogden
- But of which I absolved him, sister Dinah; or rather, which I made him retract.
- Extract from : « Barrington » by Charles James Lever
- "For the present, dear, you are absolved from any obligation to me," he said very gravely.
- Extract from : « An American Suffragette » by Isaac N. Stevens
- You have utterly broken your promise; I am absolved from mine.
- Extract from : « A War-Time Wooing » by Charles King
- We are absolved in private, and make confession thus; you, in public.
- Extract from : « Clare Avery » by Emily Sarah Holt
- I have kept the fasts: have made my confessions and been absolved.
- Extract from : « The Genius » by Margaret Horton Potter
- There is no crime which may not be absolved by this act of obedience to God.
- Extract from : « Peter the Hermit » by Daniel A. Goodsell
Antonyms for absolved
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