condonation definition

  • noun:
    • The act of condoning, especially the implied forgiveness of an offense by ignoring it.
    • The condoning of an offence
    • The forgiveness of matrimonial infidelity
    • The work of condoning or pardoning.
    • Forgiveness, either present or implied, by a husband of his partner or by a wife of her husband, for a breach of marital task, as adultery, with an implied condition the offense shall not be repeated.
    • The act of condoning, or of pardoning a wrong act: since, the condonation of an offense.
    • particularly In law, the work or course of conduct where a husband or a wife is held to have pardoned a matrimonial offense committed because of the other, whilst the using back of their wife by a husband, understanding that she's committed adultery. To own this effect, the conduct needs to be particularly to indicate deliberate and voluntary remission.
    • a pardon by managing the offender like the offense hadn't occurred

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