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redeemed

[ ri-deemd ]
/ rɪˈdimd /
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adjective
Theology. (in Christianity) having been saved or delivered from sin or its consequences:Then shall all the redeemed saints appear in glory.
having been paid, recovered, bought back, or exchanged for money or other goods:Payments for the redeemed stock totaled $77 million at the end of the fiscal year.Access codes purchased from other sellers carry a high risk of being either counterfeit or previously redeemed codes.
having been discharged or fulfilled:Read in this way, the book is the redeemed promise of a materialist critique of political economy.
having made amends for or overcome some wrongdoing or fault:In the end, having saved his young half-brother's life, he died a redeemed man.
noun
Usually the redeemed .Theology. (in Christianity) those who have been saved or delivered from sin or its consequences: We understand that all of us, even the redeemed, have a capacity for great evil.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of redeem.
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Origin of redeemed

OTHER WORDS FROM redeemed

un·re·deemed, adjective
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