But subsequent misconduct will revive the offence as if there had been no condonation.
Her very pardon, her condonation of his offence, was humbling to him.
It begged for love, for condonation of the writer's loathsomeness.
condonation is always a valid defense in proceedings for divorce.
But condonation may be proved by other acts, or by words, having regard to the circumstances of each case.
The consequence of this condonation of malpractice appears whenever there is opportunity of investigation.
It is not because I pushed the case unduly against James; for that, I am sure of condonation.
The silly raid of 1895 and its condonation by public opinion in England hastened the explosion.
Swift praised it for its morality, and the Archbishop of Canterbury scored it for its condonation of vice.
But scandals, and the contempt for rigid standards their condonation displayed, weren't more than the sharp edge of the trouble.