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Excuser

noun
1.
A person who pardons or forgives or excuses a fault or offense.  Synonyms: forgiver, pardoner.






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... favourites. I have met Kingsley later, in his cloistered nest, as Canon of Westminster, and remember how heartily he expressed his abundant charity for all sorts of miserable sinners, especially about one of whom I came to speak, for there never lived a more universal excuser of human imperfection than Charles Kingsley. His bust, very like him, is in a side chapel of the Abbey, near the west door. With the learned and eloquent Canon Farrar, too, I have held converse in the same Broad Sanctuary, though but briefly. Harrison Ainsworth has ...
— My Life as an Author • Martin Farquhar Tupper

... rois a qui cet age Doit son principal ornement, Ceux de la Tamise et du Tage Font louer leur gouvernement: Mais en de si calmes provinces, Ou le peuple adore les princes, Et met au gre le plus haut L'honneur du sceptre legitime, Sauroit-on excuser le crime De ne ...
— The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.I., Part D. - From Elizabeth to James I. • David Hume



Words linked to "Excuser" :   excuse, pardoner, individual, somebody, soul, mortal, someone, person



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