Still, the recantation required Baur to notify a judge and let the courts decide it credible or not.
Dodds would have sent him to the stake without an opportunity for recantation.
His recantation, which he afterwards made, is in the British Museum.
If any be so bold as to remonstrate to their decisions, they will bring him on his knees to a recantation of his impudence.
He persevered in Calvinism after the recantation of the King.
The old man's voice trembled and he looked wistfully in Azora's face in hopes of seeing some sign of her recantation.
Becoming, however, sensible of his error, he publicly renounced his recantation.
No other voice is raised to interrupt the meditative flow of the old man's message, which is, in fact, a recantation.
He was restored to his pleasant quarters in Newgate, and recanted his recantation.
You already have the blacksmith's recantation—a blow in the teeth for your enemies.