- pardon, full
n.A pardon removing all legal consequences from a conviction.
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pardon — An executive action that mitigates or sets aside punishment for a crime. An act of grace from governing power which mitigates the punishment the law demands for the offense and restores the rights and privileges forfeited on account of the… … Black's law dictionary
full pardon — index condonation Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
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pardon — 1. noun 1) pardon for your sins Syn: forgiveness, absolution, clemency, mercy, leniency, remission 2) he offered them a full pardon Syn: reprieve, free pardon, amnesty, exoneration, release … Thesaurus of popular words
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pardon — 1. noun /ˈpɑrdən,ˈpɑɹɾn̩/ a) Forgiveness for an offence. a step, that could not be taken with the least hope of ever obtaining pardon from or reconciliation with any of my friends; b) An order that releases a convicted criminal without further… … Wiktionary
pardon — 1. noun 1) pardon for your sins Syn: forgiveness, absolution 2) he offered them a full pardon Syn: reprieve, amnesty, exoneration, release, acquittal, discharge 2. verb 1) … Synonyms and antonyms dictionary
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