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If Kennedy displayed execrable judgment during the war, he did nothing to redeem it after the conflict had ended.
She says she wanted to help “redeem” the name, which is associated with a Greek myth in which a mother kills her own two children.
redeem yourself in the eyes of your God as well as before those whom you have so foully wronged.
Some of us have, in all probability, very little more 'time' to 'redeem.'
His other poems are but briefs in rhyme, and, like the poor Greek's collections, to redeem from captivity.
No art of execution could redeem the faults of such a design.
All I suggest is that its splendour does not redeem a splendid folly.
early 15c., "buy back, ransom," from Middle French redemer "buy back," from Latin redimere (see redemption). Theological sense of "deliver from sin and spiritual death" is from c.1500. Meaning "make amends for" is from 1520s. Sense of "make good" (a promise, obligation, etc.) is from 1840. Related: Redeemed; redeeming.