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Forgiveness

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(Ang.-Sax., forgifenes.)

“Forgiveness to the injured doth belong,

But they neʹer pardon who have done the wrong.”


Dryden: Conquest of Granada, part ii. act i. 2.


“Proprium humāni generis, odisse quem laceris.”—Tacitus.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Ford
Fordelis (in Orlando Furioso)
Fore
Fore-and-Aft
Forecastle
Foreclose
Fore-shortened
Forfar
Forget-me-nots of the Angels
Forgive, blest Shade
Forgiveness
Fork Out
Forks
Forked Cap (A)
Forlorn Hope
Forlot or Firlot
Forma Pauperis (Latin, Under plea of poverty)
Fortiter in Re (Latin)
Fortunate Islands
Fortunatus
Fortune