English words and Examples of Usage

use "lenient" in a sentence

However, her photography teacher, Philip Perkis, was not so lenient.

Companies choose testing organizations which are more likely to be lenient."

Tax collections have plummeted in anticipation of a more lenient Syriza government.

This was due to the lenient consideration of the president and the minister of justice.

But the Court of Appeal ruled the sentences were unduly lenient and increased them both to 10 years.

The teacher is simply too lenient with her students and is passing people who ought to fail.

Discussion question: Do you think parents in your culture are more strict, or are they more lenient than parents in this country?

I don't think it is better to be lenient or strict with a child as much as it is important to be consistent.

Find someone who thinks parents in this country are too lenient. lens

As crown prince Li Song was described to be kind and lenient.

He tended to be lenient toward the children.

Discussion question: Is it better for parents to be strict, or lenient with children?

You can't be lenient with a dog that starts to become aggressive or it could become a dangerous animal.

Now in his second term, the President is said to have become more lenient with those who oppose his views.

She was quite lenient with her children because she felt her own parents had been much too strict.

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