Origin of atone
OTHER WORDS FROM atone
How to use atone in a sentence
Then he assured me, that one sin unatoned for was as sufficient to damn a soul as one leak was to sink a ship.
He believed not; and, as long as it remained unatoned, it was cause for this nation to act.
It is asked of us, why admit the vessels of France, whilst injuries which she has done us are unatoned for?
A wrong unrepented of and unatoned gathers interest, instead of getting discount, from lost time.Erema|R. D. Blackmore
As such, she mourned him; nor was her grief without that keenest sting, the memory of unatoned wrong.Olive|Dinah Maria Craik, (AKA Dinah Maria Mulock)
British Dictionary definitions for atone
Derived forms of atoneatonable or atoneable, adjectiveatoner, noun
Word Origin for atone
Other Idioms and Phrases with atone
In agreement, in harmony, as in John and Pat were at one on every subject except her cat, which made him sneeze, or Springtime always makes me feel at one with nature. [1300s]