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for·giv·ing
[fer-giv-ing]
ADJECTIVE
1.
disposed to forgive; indicating forgiveness: a forgiving soul; a forgiving smile.
2.
tolerant: The mountain is not forgiving of inexperienced climbers.
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Forgiving definition, disposed to forgive; indicating forgiveness: a forgiving soul; a forgiving smile. See more.

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