King James Dictionary
FORGIV'ENESS, n. forgiv'ness.
1. The act of forgiving the pardon of an offender, by which he is considered and treated as not guilty. The forgiveness of enemies is a christian duty.
2. The pardon or remission of an offense or crime as the forgiveness of sin or of injuries.
3. Disposition to pardon willingness to forgive.
And mild forgiveness intercede to stop the coming blow.
4. Remission of a debt, fine or penalty.
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