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for·give·ness
[fer-giv-nis]
NOUN
1.
act of forgiving; state of being forgiven.
2.
disposition or willingness to forgive.
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Forgiveness is the intentional and voluntary process by which a victim undergoes a change in ... Although there is presently no consensus for a psychological definition of forgiveness in the research literature, agreement has emerged that ...

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Define forgive: to stop feeling anger toward (someone who has done something wrong) : to stop blaming (someone) — forgive in a sentence.

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Define forgiveness: the act of forgiving someone or something — forgiveness in a sentence.

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Definition for Forgiveness - Read a definition of forgiveness and thoughts about when to forgive, how to help others forgive, and what to do when you don't feel ...

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In the Bible, forgiveness takes on special meaning. It does not mean pretending an offense never happened. How to forgive someone goes deeper than that.

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There are several Hebrew terms equivalent to the English "to forgive, " as defined below. The three most common are verbs (used transitively): salah [j;l's], kapar ...

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Forgive definition, to grant pardon for or remission of (an offense, debt, etc.); absolve. See more.

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Forgiveness definition, act of forgiving; state of being forgiven. See more.