Definition of 'forgivable'
Example sentences containing 'forgivable'
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Many people feel that they are somehow worse than other terrorist atrocities - less understandable, less forgivable.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Losing to a side second in Serie A is almost forgivable.The Sun (2008)
Everything on victory night is forgivable and it seems as if the laws of morality, common sense, frugality and physiology are to be set aside.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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