Use Absolution in a sentence
Meaning: [noun] forgiveness; pardon; release ;
He is ordered to assassinate Ares and agrees to do so to achieve absolution from his past crimes.
And both have similar views on repentance and absolution .
There is no absolution for some of the things we did.
The same source interprets the Western indulgence also as absolution from sin, not as remission of temporal punishment.
Coquereau gave absolution and Napoleon had returned to French territory.
He then went to Rome to beg absolution , which was refused.
Clement’s absolution was contingent on a set of demanding conditions.
“If you threaten America, you will find no safe haven,” Barack Obama has said, offering Kissinger his retroactive absolution.