Origin of condonation
Examples from the Web for condonation
But condonation may be proved by other acts, or by words, having regard to the circumstances of each case.
It is not because I pushed the case unduly against James; for that, I am sure of condonation.Catriona|Robert Louis Stevenson
The silly raid of 1895 and its condonation by public opinion in England hastened the explosion.The Framework of Home Rule|Erskine Childers
Out came a sovereign smile of humour, sweet raillery, and condonation blended, instant on her investigation of his eyes.The Unknown Sea|Clemence Housman
But scandals, and the contempt for rigid standards their condonation displayed, weren't more than the sharp edge of the trouble.The New Machiavelli|Herbert George Wells
Word Origin and History for condonation
1620s, from Latin condonationem (nominative condonatio) "a giving away," noun of action from condonare (see condone).