an act of officially saying that someone who was judged to be guilty of a crime will be allowed to go free and will not be punished. : forgiveness for something.
Mar 2, 2016
tr.v. par·doned, par·don·ing, par·dons. 1. To release (a person) from punishment
or disfavor for wrongdoing or a fault: a convicted criminal who was
Dec 22, 2015
However, if an individual feels able to provide substantial evidence of such
exceptional circumstances, he or she may submit a petition for
We have written the U.S.
Jan 13, 2015
If you belch, interrupt a conversation, or leave the table during dinner, you're
expected to say “