relaxation of law

relaxation of law
I noun absolution, acquittal, assuagement, discharge, dismissal, dispensation, exculpation, exemption, exoneration, grace, grant, immunity, indulgence, license, mollification, pardon, privilege, reduction, release from liability, release from obligation, relief, reprieve, special privilege, tolerance, toleration, vindication II index dispensation (exception)

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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