verb (used with object), ab·solved, ab·solv·ing.
- to grant or pronounce remission of sins to.
- to remit (a sin) by absolution.
- to declare (censure, as excommunication) removed.
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ANTONYMS FOR absolve
synonym study for absolve
OTHER WORDS FROM absolveab·solv·a·ble, adjectiveab·sol·vent, adjective, nounab·solv·er, nounun·ab·solved, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for absolver
This presumptuous Absolver would make men careless about both.
Church absolution is an eternal protest, in the name of God the Absolver, against the false judgments of society.
Shall we say it is all blasphemy; an impious intrusion upon the prerogatives of the One Absolver?