Definition of 'absolve'
Example sentences containing 'absolve'
But she had to do something, she had to absolve this terrible feeling of guilt.LOADED QUESTIONS (2002)
Adam cried desperately, crossing his fingers behind his back in the childish belief that such a gesture would absolve him.NOBLE BEGINNNINGS (2002) INSTANCES OF THE NUMBER 3 (2002)
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