English words and Examples of Usage

use "forgive" in a sentence

For a long time, Ballard said, “I grappled with ‘Should I forgive?’

My role now is to make her safe and comfortable, and to forgive her.

She says her family has no room for hate and that they have to forgive.

I will not forgive anyone who is responsible for corruption or wrongdoing."

The queen, in a nearby cell, asks God to forgive those who have harmed her.

"And I got to tell him, 'I forgive you 50 billion percent, with all my heart.

I will never ask you to forgive me as I do not deserve forgiveness, she wrote.

I forgive the hands of the people that had a hand in my son's murder, she said.

I think most of the Obama sand Clinton wings of the party will never forgive him.

And his message to the arsonist is this: "We forgive you and we love you so much."

“Even the missus wouldn’t forgive you for turning this down,” he said, and winked.

Most citizens long ago chose to forgive Matthews and his merry band of troubadours.

We cannot forgive this despicable act of terrorism for whatever the reasons."

During the Lott debacle, Lewis indicated that he could forgive him for his comments.

"A good father knows how to wait and knows how to forgive from the bottom of his heart.

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