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